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How regulation hamstrings animal research

By Göran Hellekant | February 15, 2006

US agencies change previously effective rules, give oversight to people unfamiliar with the benefits of animal research, and place unreasonable demands on researchers

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Rare NO synthase jumpstarts erections

By Ishani Ganguli | February 15, 2006

Alternatively spliced form enables process in mice lacking the primary enzyme

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Australian climate researchers gagged?

By Stephen Pincock | February 14, 2006

Former CSIRO scientists say they have been pressured over talking about climate change

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Fears of Africa flu spread

By Stephen Pincock | February 14, 2006

The virus has probably been killing poultry for weeks, but migratory birds are likely not to blame

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1918 flu study delayed two years

By John Dudley Miller | February 13, 2006

University of Washington research on hold due to changing biocontainment rules

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Detecting fraud at journals

By Don Monroe | February 10, 2006

Many editors are considering measures to check for signs of misconduct in submissions

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Scientific fraud: Is prosecution the answer?

By Alison McCook | February 10, 2006

Despite a handful of recent criminal charges against researchers, experts say more legal action could hurt science

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Evidence for sympatric speciation

By Stuart Blackman | February 9, 2006

Studies bolster empirical evidence for speciation without geographical barriers, but some experts remain unconvinced

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Gene doping at Torino?

By Stephen Pincock | February 9, 2006

Evidence from a trial in Germany raises fears that athletes are already misusing gene therapy

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California stem cell plans stalled, but alive

By Anne Harding | February 8, 2006

Organizers continue to allocate funds and adopt guidelines, but some work has slowed due to pending lawsuit

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