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Political tussle over bioethics

By | August 8, 2005

Leading German researcher says opposition criticism of ethics council is about control over stem cell laws

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UK extremist attacks drop

By | August 5, 2005

Figures from the pharmaceutical industry show that violent animal rights protests less frequent this year than last

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Lab's H5N1 work still suspended

By | August 2, 2005

Investigators at the Influenza Research Centre in southern China await permit to restart avian flu research

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German ethics council under fire

By | August 1, 2005

Opposition politicians say ethics advice should be anchored in parliament, not the Chancellor's office

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US research budgets proceed slowly

By | July 29, 2005

Meanwhile, House explores NIH restructuring that would combine 27 institutes into two groups

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No academic ghostwriting at EPA

By | July 27, 2005

Agency says that in ghostwriting proposal, 'scholarly journals' represent trade publications, not peer-reviewed ones

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Concern over ERC funding

By | July 26, 2005

Scientists worried that budget cuts may harm the European Research Council

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French basic science left behind

By | July 25, 2005

Launch of 'competitiveness clusters' worries scientists who think academic research is at risk

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Members of Congress probe climate researchers

By | July 22, 2005

Inquiry sparks Republican infighting and widespread scientific protest over 'intimidation'

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Biotechs concerned over patents

By | July 21, 2005

Industry group says EU 'wait and see' approach to gene patents causes confusion

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