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Feb. 27 court date for Charter test of stem cell program; Foes say enterprise is illegal because it's outside state controlSan Francisco ChronicleDecember 7th, 2005"Alameda County Superior Court Judge Bonnie Sabraw set a trial for Feb. 27 to decide whether California's Proposition 71 stem cell program violates the state Constitution."
Korean broadcaster apologises over cloning allegationsNew ScientistDecember 5th, 2005"A television programme alleging that South Korean cloning pioneer Hwang Woo-Suk fabricated breakthrough stem cell research will not be shown on Tuesday, after the broadcaster admitted breaking a journalistic code of ethics during its investigation."
MBC Proposes Joint Probe With HwangThe Korea TimesDecember 2nd, 2005"MBC TV Friday said a DNA test showed that the conclusions in Hwang Woo-suk_s historic paper published in Science magazine could be false and requested the stem-cell cloning pioneer_s cooperation in doing another test."
UK gets £100m stem cell boostThe RegisterDecember 2nd, 2005"The UK's stem cell research programmes will benefit from œ100m over the next two years after Gordon Brown doubled the government's financial committement to the technology, Reuters reports."
Key Stem Cell Researcher VanishesThe Chosun IlboDecember 1st, 2005"With one of the core members of Seoul National University professor Hwang Woo-suk's research team stationed at the University of Pittsburgh disappearing, emergency alert has been initiated because of fears of a possible leak of stem cell technology. "
Clash of faiths: A South Korean stem-cell researcher bounces back from disgraceThe EconomistDecember 1st, 2005"MANY in the West agonise over the ethical questions raised by research on stem cells taken from human embryos. In South Korea, by contrast, the prevailing attitude has been _just get on with it_."
Stem-cell funding still mired in courtsSan Jose Mercury NewsNovember 30th, 2005"A judge Tuesday denied a motion to dismiss two lawsuits challenging the legality of California's year-old $3 billion stem-cell institute, making it likely public funding for the institute will continue to be blocked well into next year."
Editorial: Stem-cell probe neededNatureNovember 30th, 2005"South Korea would benefit from investigating what went wrong in its leading stem-cell lab."
Stem cell program wins key court ruling, poised to issue grantsSan Francisco ChronicleNovember 30th, 2005"California's embattled Proposition 71 stem cell program took a big step Tuesday toward overcoming lawsuits that have blocked its first grants from being issued."
Resignation of controversial Stem Cell leader highlights need for regulation and oversight of stem cell researchNovember 30th, 2005
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