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UK plans research funding overhaul

By | June 20, 2006

Government to debate proposals to rethink university research funding over the next four months

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Author fee spikes at PLoS

By | June 19, 2006

Open access publisher increases publication charge by up to $1,000

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EU parliament backs embryo research

By | June 16, 2006

European politicians also vote to increase budget, but amount falls short of requests by the European Commission

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FDA waives informed consent

By | June 15, 2006

New rule permits experimental in vitro diagnostic testing in emergencies

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No mature eggs from bone marrow

By | June 15, 2006

Study finds that bone marrow and blood cannot replenish eggs, questioning earlier findings

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Senior NIH scientist faulted

By | June 14, 2006

Sunderland improperly shared thousands of human tissue samples with drug company for $285,000 in consulting fees

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Biologist charged with more fraud

By | June 12, 2006

ORI finds Steven Leadon guilty of falsifying additional data; Leadon maintains his innocence

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Herzenberg wins Kyoto Prize

By | June 9, 2006

Stanford immunologist gets $446,000 award for his role in developing fluorescence activated cell sorter

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Protein rejects foreign DNA

By | June 9, 2006

DNA-binding protein helps distinguish what genes Salmonella should incorporate

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Max Planck to take over institute

By | June 8, 2006

Bonn?s Caesar will become a neuroscience center in what some staff see as a hostile takeover

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