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09/15/2016

Stop ignoring misconduct

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09/14/2016

How the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat

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09/09/2016

Another scathing report causes more eminent heads to roll in the Macchiarini scandal

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09/09/2016

Blue ribbon report urges U.S. cancer moonshot to invest in 10 promising areas

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08/09/2016

Beyond CRISPR: A guide to the many other ways to edit a genome

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08/08/2016

NIH Plans To Lift Ban On Research Funds For Part-Human, Part-Animal Embryos

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08/05/2016

Medical Studies Involving Children Often Go Unpublished

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08/03/2016

Young blood antiaging trial raises questions

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03/17/2016

Scientists Grow “Dinosaur Legs” in Chicken Embryos

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03/15/2016

Should All Research Papers Be Free?

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