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New stem cell recommendations

By | February 27, 2006

An international group of scientists produce global guidelines for research, but not all are impressed

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Mosquito virus spreading

By | February 24, 2006

Some researchers focus on promising vaccine to stem largest recorded outbreak of chikungunya

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Vitamin D helps fight TB

By | February 24, 2006

Findings help explain why populations with low levels of the active form of the vitamin are more at risk

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France Oks domestic stem cells

By | February 23, 2006

Decree enables French scientists to derive their own stem cell lines from human embryos

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Grizzly conservationists criticize Alberta

By | February 23, 2006

Government accused of sitting on crucial data, changing role of expert who questioned hunt

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Canadian journal fires top editors

By | February 22, 2006

Board members argue decision stemmed from disputes over editorial independence

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EU plans institute to rival MIT

By | February 22, 2006

Science groups and universities aren't convinced by need for a European Institute of Technology

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Modeling pandemic avian flu

By | February 21, 2006

New model suggests containment won't be enough, but experts question value of flu predictions

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Hunger hormone tied to learning

By | February 20, 2006

Study shows ghrelin improves learning and memory, but some researchers remain unconvinced

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Exposing lithium?s circadian action

By | February 17, 2006

Study shows that lithium regulates circadian gene expression through a nuclear hormone receptor

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