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By William Brangham, Jason Kane
Biomedical scientists are struggling to reproduce the work of others. A new book from NPR's Richard Harris explores what to do about it.
By Nsikan Akpan
The National Institutes of Health has decided that it will no longer allow its chimpanzees to be used for biomedical research for human health. NewsHour's Stephen Fee reports.
By PBS NewsHour
Biohacking is a fairly new practice that could lead to major changes in our life. You could it call citizen or do-it-your-self biology. It takes place in small labs -- mostly non-university -- where all sorts of people get together…
By Spencer Michels
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
The U.S. biomedical research field is unsustainable, creating more scientists than there are jobs, according to an essay in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Democratic Senate candidate Claire McCaskill is hoping that support for embryonic stem cell research will be the key to ousting incumbent Republican Senator Jim Talent in Missouri's midterm elections. A special NewsHour series of election year reports - Choices '06…
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