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The National Institutes of Health has released a list of the laboratories that hold the 64 lines of human embryonic stem cells eligible for federal funding. Continue reading →
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Lee Hochberg reports on a debate over water rights in Oregon that pits endangered suckerfish against endangered farmers. Continue reading →
As firefighters battle 42 fires in 11 states, the U.S. Forestry Service debates ways to prevent future fires. Continue reading →
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