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German 'ivy league' plan passed

By | July 5, 2005

Ten universities to be offered the chance of cash boost to form a research elite

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BRCA2 patent upheld

By | July 1, 2005

European geneticists disappointed by decision they say singles out Ashkenazi Jews

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Beltsville E. coli infection was not first

By | June 30, 2005

Two workers in another USDA lab in Pennsylvania had been infected with O157:H7 nineteen months earlier

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PNAS publishes bioterror paper, after all

By | June 29, 2005

After delaying paper on milk and bioterror at government request, journal decides it's safe to print

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China urged to do more on flu

By | June 28, 2005

WHO needs sequence data and encourages government to up testing around recent bird outbreak

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Hong Kong hospital chief quits

By | June 27, 2005

Authorities search for replacement to reform hospitals, improve infectious disease surveillance

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Urgent reforms urged in Spain

By | June 24, 2005

Science system needs a total overhaul if the nation is to avoid falling behind, societies say

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RCUK draft mandates open access

By | June 23, 2005

Policy, which will now be debated, requires deposition in a repository 'at the earliest opportunity'

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Hope for EU science?

By | June 22, 2005

Collapse of budget talks may be a good thing for research, commissioner suggests

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CDC report author contradicts findings

By | June 21, 2005

Researcher infected with E. coli O157:H7 wasn't responsible for experiment, he says

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