Possible new regulations on lab animal care might impact researchers
University officials oppose closer scrutiny of foreigners studying in the U.S.
New $5 billion charity to support research, education, conservation
Biologist who discovered new branch of life among 16 honored by Clinton
New Jersey physicist targeted for defeat appears to win reelection
New York University ruling allows unions at private colleges
Research institutions should examine faculty ties with corporations, studies say
Battle over whether to publish data might hit the courts
Fearing higher prices, librarians seek to block buyout of Harcourt General
Sixty honored for their contributions to health and related fields
At last minute, Congress overturns USDA animal-welfare agreement
Bank of Sweden Nobel awarded to two who designed tools for microeconomics
Integrated circuits and improved transistors ushered in many of today's technologies
Conducting polymers show up in recent and futuristic electronic applications
Three winners deciphered nerve communication, molecular basis of learning and memory
Winners recognized for achievements that "cannot or should not be reproduced"
Rules could complicate use of mice, rats, and birds
Lagging science budget could set off slide into mediocrity, critics warn
His advice is partly responsible for volunteer's death, suit claims
This year's prizes honor work on hepatitis C, ubiquitin
But Energy Secretary Richardson steps up effort to attract female lab administrators
Institute researchers dominate new citation analysis of molecular biology and genetics
NAS study documents meager wages and low status
Researchers hope new president and CEO will keep institute well funded
Los Alamos physicist to be released in plea bargain
Multiyear sentences for drug company exec and nurse for scam to inflate pharmaceutical stock
Scientific establishment complains to Attorney General Janet Reno
Court action might prevent USDA from expanding lab animal regulations
Some journal editors protest online publication without peer review
Tragedy in Indonesia highlights need for following safety precautions
Scientists and animal activists seek new way to describe discomfort
Fraud charges against Kay denied; university accused of "harassment"
New $6 million program aimed to lure 50 top-flight researchers
New $15 million program supports 45 scientists worldwide
Web archive tracks which papers are favorites
New U.S. report seeks better training and job parity for women, minorities, and disabled
Mérieux Foundation moves to replace virologist Susan Fischer-Hoch
Citation survey reveals new scientific frontlines
An $80 million anonymous donation and a set of interlocking friendships have created a unique research collaboration in academic medicine. Last week the presidents of Cornell University, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer...
The man who found the homeobox is one of three winners of this year's 50-million-yen ($475,000 each) Kyoto Prizes. Developmental biologist Walter Jacob Gehring of the University of Basel in...