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Racial comments lead to widespread condemnation of Nobelist
2007 winners lauded for pioneering work on designing economic rules to reach a desired end
Committee honors efforts to spread global awareness of climate change
Financier and philanthropist helped shape U.S. science policy for half a century
Physicists honored for work that revolutionized computer hard drives
Prize recognizes gene-targeting in mice
Ceremony honors dubious uses of Viagra, a gay bomb, and other duds from the world of research
Pictures of burned villages and military camps conflict with government accounts
Alan Trounson to become president of California stem cell agency
Internet company offers $30 million for a successful robotic rover
Genome pioneer is the first person to have both copies of each chromosome sequenced
Institute director faces wide-ranging management review
Release ends 8-year ordeal surrounding HIV outbreak in Libyan children
Former editor-in-chief of Science helped revolutionize protein chemistry
Imprisoned medics now off death row but still in jail
Site first proposed wins out in the end
Anne McLaren dies, along with her ex-husband
Critics fear move could stifle flow of scientific information
Purdue opens new inquiry into bubble fusion researcher's work
Water, water everywhere, and all the boards did burn
Expert on Central Asia and Islam was arrested late January after taking pictures in restive province
Lawrence Small resigns over charges he improperly used institute money
"Nobel of mathematics" honors research on random phenomena
Software behemoth announces first grants for academic computing work on synthetic biology
Top universities adopt research-friendly intellectual property guidelines
Laying off staff scientists, the World Wildlife Fund moves away from centralized research to rely more on outsourced expertise.
The United States is winding down a $1 billion project to churn out protein structures. What will that mean for the field?
New data on mice and people suggest low-protein diets enhance health and extend life.
Early in April, Europe will launch the first satellite in its Copernicus program: a fleet of a dozen environmental monitoring spacecraft designed to study Earth's oceans, changes in land use, and atmosphere.
Oceanographers have released a digital atlas containing remarkably detailed maps of ocean chemistry.
Four shots a year with a long-lasting drug may prevent HIV infection in the future.
Lawsuit claims that research leader retaliated against the victim after misconduct was discovered.
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