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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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EU funding petition finds support

By | July 20, 2005

Almost 17,000 researchers call on EU governments to put their money where their mouth is on research

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ERC scientific council announced

By | July 19, 2005

Amid concern about funding, Europe names group to oversee European Research Council

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USDA: no pet cloning regulation

By | July 19, 2005

Agency rejects anti-vivisectionist petition to have firms' research covered by Animal Welfare Act

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Nature bird flu paper 'wrong'

By | July 15, 2005

Chinese officials say H5N1 research published last week was incorrect and unauthorized

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France to OK therapeutic cloning?

By | July 13, 2005

Leading researchers hopeful that a ban on somatic cell nuclear replacement will be lifted soon

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Harvard dentist investigated

By | July 11, 2005

School launches probe after accusations that faculty member misrepresented fluoride-cancer study

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Chinese rules stymie flu scientist

By | July 6, 2005

New regulations enforce stringent agriculture ministry control over research on H5N1 samples

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Leibniz prizewinner cleared

By | July 6, 2005

Researcher whose award was threatened by misconduct claim is found innocent

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