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Report finds stem cell windfall assumptions unrealisticby Terri SomersSan Diego Union-TribuneAugust 25th, 2005"Expectations of huge financial and medical returns on California's $3 billion investment in stem cell research are unrealistic and based on overblown analysis, according to a study by a panel of research, business and academic professionals."
Stem Cell Intellectual Property Report Fails to Protect California's InterestCommittee does not include state or public interest, says the Center for Genetics and SocietyAugust 23rd, 2005
Federal funding for embryonic stem cell studies gets a boostby Joel B. FinkelsteinAmerican Medical NewsAugust 22nd, 2005While the fate of federal legislation to expand funding of embryonic stem cell research is unclear, states are moving ahead with their own programs.
$5M for stem cell research available [New Jersey]The Times of TrentonAugust 15th, 2005"The state Commission on Science and Technology yesterday said it will begin accepting applications for the $5 million in grant money the state is making available for stem cell research conducted in New Jersey."
Editorial: Agency in denial - Stem cell board lacks money, not issues [California]Sacramento BeeAugust 13th, 2005The leadership of the California stem cell program should use the delay due to litigation "by settling issues that will continue to dog the institute over the next decade." Instead, it's promising grants before there's money, and signing no-bid contracts.
Senator Frist's stem cell shiftGenetic CrossroadsAugust 4th, 2005
LEGISLATIVE UPDATESGenetic CrossroadsAugust 4th, 2005
South Korean Scientists Create World's First Cloned DogReutersAugust 3rd, 2005"Woo-Suk Hwang and his team of researchers at Seoul National University ... have cemented their place as leaders in the field by creating Snuppy, the first dog cloned from adult cells by somatic nuclear cell transfer."
Onward, Christian LawyersSan Francisco WeeklyJuly 27th, 2005The lawsuits filed against California's stem cell institute by anti-abortion groups may be a blessing in disguise, forcing the institute to tackle basic organizational issues.
Cloning plan poses new ethical dilemmaThe Guardian (UK)July 26th, 2005"Healthy women could be asked to donate their eggs for cloning research in a controversial bid to speed up the development of new treatments for disease."
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