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Women's rights could lower population growth

By | September 20, 2000

report published today, the United Nations Population Fund has delivered a devastating attack on the world's unequal treatment of women.

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Lasker Awards presented for work on ubiquitination and hepatitis C

By | September 18, 2000

The 2000 Albert Lasker Medical Research Awards, announced in New York on September 17, will put further pressure on the Nobel Foundation to grant a Nobel Prize for work related to the cell cycle.

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Cracking cell signalling by sharing - not publishing

By | September 13, 2000

A new research programme is encouraging researchers to forgo publishing their results in academic journals and instead post them straight on the web.

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Origin of AIDS: debate intensifies

By | September 12, 2000

Claims that AIDS originated from trials of a polio vaccine in the 1950s are repudiated, but just won't go away.

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Keep taking the pills

By | September 4, 2000

The placebo effect may lead to a significant skew in clinical trials of heart treatments.

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The new European Life Sciences Organization (ELSO) is starting with great hopes but a shoestring budget and few members.

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NIH issues US embryonic stem cell guidelines, at last

By | August 29, 2000

But November's presidential election is likely to determine whether US scientists will ever be able to do this work with taxpayer blessings - and money.

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Malaria should shiver at a new attack to be mounted against the disease.

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Assembling the human genome and giving it away for free

By | August 21, 2000

Entrepreneurs looking to exploit the data collected through the Human Genome Project are to face stiff competition from a project designed to allow researchers around the world to access analysed and annotated genome information for free.

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Therapeutic cloning to become a reality for Britain

By | August 18, 2000

The potential therapeutic benefits of research on human embryos areenormous and outweigh the ethical and safety concerns, the UKgovernment decided this week.

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