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Visa problems persist

By | March 8, 2006

Despite shortened delays, security measures still casting wide net for scientists hoping to visit the US

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Ohio cites university in death

By | March 7, 2006

Experts say conditions that led to professor?s death exist at other schools

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ASU cancer researchers fired

By | March 6, 2006

Cancer center lost federal grant funds, but researchers accuse administrators of sabotage

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EMBO offers new European funding

By | March 6, 2006

Organization offers cash to help life scientists set up in less-developed nations

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Animal rights activists found guilty

By | March 3, 2006

Six convicted of inciting violence and terror against Huntington Life Sciences

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Mice have second thymus

By | March 3, 2006

Researchers find cervical thymus that produces T cells and mounts antibody response

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Astrobiology under assault

By | March 2, 2006

NASA budget for Fiscal 2007 would slash funds for space science research

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Scientists call for retractions

By | March 2, 2006

Animal research supporters say journal published 'propaganda' while an antivivisectionist was on editorial board

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Rebuilding research after Katrina

By | March 1, 2006

Six months later, New Orleans's battered life science community is struggling to recover

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Resignations at embattled Canadian journal

By | March 1, 2006

Two editors leave the journal one week after publisher fires top editors

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