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More New Orleans meetings cancelled

By | September 15, 2005

Ongoing repairs and FEMA occupancy will close Convention Center through March

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Troubled Pasteur gets new chief

By | September 6, 2005

Cell biologist Alice Dautry named new managing director

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Katrina moves science conferences

By | September 2, 2005

Convention bureau cancels all New Orleans meetings, including at least eight in life sciences

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UK consults on embryo law

By | August 18, 2005

A major review will examine regulation of assisted reproduction and embryology research

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Hwang plans world stem cell hub

By | August 15, 2005

South Korean scientist envisages the new center as a kind of Jackson Labs for stem cells

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Changes afoot at ARC

By | August 11, 2005

Management shake-up planned amid concerns over political influence at Austrian Research Centers

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Germany tightens rabies strategy

By | August 10, 2005

After the disease threatened to spread into France, reference lab takes corrective action

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Political tussle over bioethics

By | August 8, 2005

Leading German researcher says opposition criticism of ethics council is about control over stem cell laws

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UK extremist attacks drop

By | August 5, 2005

Figures from the pharmaceutical industry show that violent animal rights protests less frequent this year than last

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Lab's H5N1 work still suspended

By | August 2, 2005

Investigators at the Influenza Research Centre in southern China await permit to restart avian flu research

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