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Cancer researcher sues university

By | September 29, 2005

Chemist says Arizona State officials retaliated after he reported university wrongdoings

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Scientists protest Cell retraction

By | September 29, 2005

Journal pulls paper against authors' wishes, with little explanation

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Pharmacogenetics overhyped?

By | September 26, 2005

UK body says full benefits are 15-20 years away, suggests incentives to spur drug development

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Gulf researchers brace for Rita

By | September 23, 2005

Preparations for incoming hurricane include evacuating, killing experiments and freezing select agents

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After the floods, West Nile?

By | September 22, 2005

Mosquito breeding grounds breed disease fears, others argue region may be safer

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EU law may hamper MRI science

By | September 21, 2005

A directive to protect workers from radiation could also hamper clinical and basic research

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French scientists want exam age limit

By | September 20, 2005

Recent abolishment hurts young applicants for entry-level government positions, they argue

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2005 Lasker Awards announced

By | September 19, 2005

Foundation honors work on stem cells, genetic tools, and breast cancer

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UK grants mitochondrial license

By | September 16, 2005

After an appeal, an embryology regulator allows transfer of pronuclei into another woman's egg

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California stem cell ball rolling, sort of

By | September 15, 2005

The nearly $40 million in grants seen as statement that initiative is still alive

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