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Concerns over new EU ethics panel

By | November 4, 2005

Scientists fear new EU science ethics board is too conservative, inexperienced

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Immunologists prepare for fraud fallout

By | November 3, 2005

Scientists and journals say fired MIT researcher's misconduct raises concerns about multiple papers

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US animal lab limit dropped

By | November 3, 2005

Measure would have ended government funding for researchers using Class B dealers

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US weighs biodefense measures

By | November 2, 2005

President Bush also calls for advances in cell-culture technology, liability protection for vaccine makers

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France launches biotech fund

By | November 1, 2005

Experts say new fund not sufficient to address chronic biotech funding shortage

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Korean stem cells not for everyone

By | October 31, 2005

Canadians and Germans left out of Korean stem cell hub, but most of U.S. permits import

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Thomas Butler loses appeal

By | October 26, 2005

Jailed plague researcher to be freed in January, colleagues discuss how to help him work again

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Aging researchers sued

By | October 25, 2005

Osteopaths ask for $120 million after being criticized; experts question limits of scientific debate

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EU law streamlines visa rules

By | October 25, 2005

New directive makes it easier for researchers to get EU entry permits

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UK sends flu mission to Asia

By | October 21, 2005

Researchers to visit China, Vietnam to encourage research cooperation

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