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Key figure at China Association for Science and Technology under investigation
President's choice to replace Kathleen Sebelius once oversaw development programs at Gates Foundation
Annette Schavan says court ruling is final step in plagiarism case
Contentious paper on heart muscle regeneration in the journal Circulation receives university scrutiny
Haruko Obokata blames errors on inexperience but maintains the results are still valid
Stronger links sought with Oxford and Cambridge to draw in venture capital and big pharma
On the fifth anniversary of the L'Aquila earthquake, a geologist describes how Italian science is addressing future risks and dealing with a wary public
David Wright's fiery resignation letter last month drew national attention
The Hong Kong-based scientist doesn't think STAP cells exist and wants to get back to his own research projects
Geneviève Fioraso is out, but she may be back in next week
A vice president for research enjoys a healthy budget and strategizes to pull more dollars in.
Fabrication and falsification raise further concerns about claims for a new and easy way to create stem cells.
As constraints take hold in biomedicine, scientists are forced to adapt.
A young Parkinson's researcher struggles to establish herself, a task made much harder by the challenge of landing her first big grant.
After a long and successful career, a biochemist is shocked when his grants aren't renewed—and he seeks alternatives to stay in the game.
Her funding tight, a biologist adapts her work on early brain development as she strives to keep training young scientists.
A microbiologist opens his books to share his expenses and where his grant money goes.
A geneticist with nearly $3 million in grants considers what's behind his financial success.
Looking for new dollars, a nutritionist turns to crowd funding, and hopes she can raise what she needs by the deadline.
Pentagon research aims to consolidate, invigorate biological research
Nonprofit will take on government-funded facility threatened by budget cuts
New charter saves face but can't hide how few resources RAS now controls
Investigating committee identifies two instances of research misconduct, puts most of the blame on lead author
Science explores the meaning—and impact—of the temblors
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