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Journal retracts chromium study

By | June 7, 2006

Corporate consultants were not disclosed in 1997 paper refuting chromium-cancer connection

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Panel faults U.S. science policy

By | June 6, 2006

National Science Board finds lack of consistent policy for exchange of government research

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25 years of HIV

By | June 5, 2006

Today marks 25 years since the first report of what would come to be known as AIDS appeared in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report on June 5, 1981.

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MicroRNA mutations abundant

By | June 5, 2006

Mice and humans have sequences that create or destroy microRNA binding sites

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New class of small RNAs found

By | June 5, 2006

Piwi-interacting, or piRNAs, may play a role in developing sperm in mice

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Geneticist investigated for misconduct

By | June 2, 2006

University of Wisconsin-Madison finds questionable data in several studies; co-authors defend work

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Microbes do vital work in human gut

By | June 2, 2006

Metagenomic analysis shows bacteria, Archaea perform several crucial functions in human metabolism

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Controversial new biologic approved in US

By | June 1, 2006

Sandoz?s recombinant human growth hormone gets FDA okay, despite critics? concerns of inadequate testing

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UK postdocs eye contract changes

By | June 1, 2006

New rules ensuring more long-term employment are due to come into force in July; the country?s first national postdoc body is formed

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Italians pay for research with taxes

By | May 30, 2006

This year, taxpayers in Italy have the option of donating 5 euros to research for every 1,000 euros owed

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