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Venter in new venture

By | August 16, 2002

A new facility should increase The Institute for Genomic Research's sequencing capacity and lower costs.

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Group says NSF shorts biology

By | August 14, 2002

American Institute for Biological Sciences protests unequal distribution of budget increase

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Merger mystery

By | August 14, 2002

Rumours persist of a planned merger between five UK biotech firms but the companies deny it

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US lawyers mull cloning

By | August 13, 2002

American Bar Association to decide this week whether to sanction therapeutic cloning

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US stem cell rules clarified

By | August 9, 2002

A year after Bush ruling, scientists quietly work around ban by keeping research dollars strictly separate

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High affinity IL-2 inhibitor

By | August 8, 2002

"Tethering" technology yields small molecule antagonist of difficult target

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Drug discovery tools questioned

By | August 7, 2002

New strategies hold promise, but some worry they will prevent some useful compounds from moving forward

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MPs report on UK's Royal Society

By | August 1, 2002

MPs say Royal Society offers good value but must be more transparent and guard against elitism

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NIH could face reorganization

By | August 1, 2002

National Academy of Sciences committee considers eliminating and regrouping institutes

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Royal Society's Royal Medal Winners 2002

By | July 31, 2002

Suzanne Cory, Raymond Freeman and Sir Richard Peto are awarded the 2002 Royal Medals.

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