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Italy's embryo law remains

By | June 14, 2005

Scientists disappointed as low voter turnout dashes efforts to loosen restrictive fertility legislation

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Europeans support science spending

By | June 13, 2005

Ahead of a decision on EU research budget, polls show public backing for more funding

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MicroRNAs linked to cancer

By | June 9, 2005

Trio of Nature papers describes elevated miRNAs in various human tumors and models

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EU science budget threatened

By | June 8, 2005

Scientists called to mobilize as plan to double EU research funds faces severe blow

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Scientists demand action on climate

By | June 7, 2005

Ahead of next month's G8 summit, science academies issue an unprecedented joint statement

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Foreign experts to assess INSERM

By | June 3, 2005

French investigators outraged as English and German scientists help to evaluate projects

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Italy faces embryo referendum

By | June 2, 2005

Scientists hunger strike and the Pope intervenes ahead of a poll on assisted reproduction

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Oxford DNA lab leaderless

By | June 2, 2005

University ponders how to replace director of its ancient DNA lab, who quit under a cloud

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UK prepares for animal protests

By | May 27, 2005

A new strategy aims to ensure universities are more proactive in dealing with extremist campaigns

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Germany drafts stem cell plan

By | May 26, 2005

Government is preparing advice for scientists who want to collaborate with overseas teams

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