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Ira Black dies

By | January 18, 2006

New Jersey loses founding director of proposed stem cell institute

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Cloned, fertilized stem cells look the same

By | January 17, 2006

Mouse cells, whether from nuclear transfer or fertilization, show identical transcription profiles.

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LSBC closing signals pharming trouble

By | January 17, 2006

Fall of pioneer in using transgenic plants for pharmaceuticals has analysts worried field may dry up

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LSBC closing signals pharming trouble

By | January 17, 2006

Fall of pioneer in using transgenic plants for pharmaceuticals has analysts worried field may dry up

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Lancet study faked

By | January 16, 2006

Investigation to probe all research conducted by scientist accused of fabricating results from 900 research participants

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Human experiment guidelines reviewed

By | January 13, 2006

Critics worry new rules may encourage under-reporting of side effects

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Plants: An ozone culprit?

By | January 12, 2006

Research suggests plants may emit methane, throwing off greenhouse gas accounting

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All Hwang human cloning work fraudulent

By | January 10, 2006

Seoul National University report removes any lingering doubts, but says cloned dog was genuine

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Scientists praise new UK ethics code

By | January 10, 2006

New guidelines may help protect young whistleblowers, researchers say

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No cannibalism signature in human gene

By | January 9, 2006

New analysis rejects earlier claim that balancing selection protected prehistoric people from prion disease after cannibalistic feasts

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