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EU budget deal blow to scientists

By | December 22, 2005

Research spending may increase by as little as 8 percent annually until 2013

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German minister okays GM crops

By | December 22, 2005

Biotech representatives praise the move, a shift from previous government sentiment

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Fewer business bucks for UK schools

By | December 20, 2005

D money in university research

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Aussie panel urges end to cloning ban

By | December 19, 2005

Scientists cheer review committee's proposal to allow therapeutic cloning

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Hwang requests Science retraction

By | December 16, 2005

Turmoil swirls around researcher after co-author says paper on human cloning was based on fabrications

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Cattle not helped by UK badger cull

By | December 15, 2005

Latest findings show that killing badgers causes more cattle tuberculosis than it prevents

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Cambridge reforms IP rules

By | December 14, 2005

Academics support shakeup of policy governing intellectual property

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U.S. zoos prepare for avian flu

By | December 14, 2005

New guidelines focus on biocontainment, recommend vaccination in case of disease threat

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Fraud earns researcher time in jail

By | December 13, 2005

In a rare occurrence, New York VA researcher receives 71 months in jail for altering patient records

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Seoul University to investigate Hwang cells

By | December 12, 2005

Korean researcher asked his institution to conduct probe into patient-specific stem cells to clear his name

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