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UCSF settles animal lab charges

By | October 19, 2005

Recent spate of fines for mistreating lab animals not out of the ordinary, experts say

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UK urged to back human spaceflight

By | October 19, 2005

Royal Astronomical Society report says there are solid scientific reasons to send men and women into space

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Impact of bird fraud unclear

By | October 17, 2005

Meinertzhagen's decades-long fraud may be more far-reaching, but ornithologists have yet to understand its full impact on the field

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Retraction sparks lawsuit

By | October 12, 2005

One co-author sues another for over $1 million, arguing retraction without her consent damaged her reputation

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Will open access work?

By | October 11, 2005

Study raises concerns about peer review, finances; open access advocates argue report is biased, designed to discredit model

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African governments back science

By | October 10, 2005

At a meeting in Senegal, representatives of over 40 nations adopt a consolidated plan of action

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Readers respond

By | October 5, 2005

Let scientific debate take its course; French scientists respond to age limit for entry-level government jobs

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RNA researcher investigated

By | October 4, 2005

Effects on the field are still unknown, researchers say, but one advance may be in jeopardy

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US societies reverse rules on Iranians

By | October 4, 2005

One permanently ends its ban on Iranian authors, another installs a new one for students

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H. pylori researchers win Nobel

By | October 3, 2005

Barry Marshall and Robin Warren are recognized for discovering the bacterium that causes ulcers

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