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Korean Scientist Quits After Charges He Faked Cloning DataNew York TimesDecember 23rd, 2005"A landmark scientific paper on cloning that propelled a South Korean scientist, Hwang Woo Suk, to international stardom was an 'intentional fabrication' orchestrated by Dr. Hwang, a university panel charged today. Dr. Hwang resigned from the university."
Colleague of embattled scientist Hwang asks university to investigate earlier workAssociated PressDecember 21st, 2005"A former colleague of embattled South Korean stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk said Wednesday he had asked the scientist's university to widen its investigation into his work and review earlier purported breakthroughs. "
Promises Made, but No Resultsby K. Lloyd BillingsleyLA Daily NewsDecember 18th, 2005Stem cell initiative delivers no results
Stem cell scandal reverberates in U.S.San Diego Union TribuneDecember 18th, 2005"As a South Korean scientist defends against mounting accusations that he falsified evidence in a breakthrough stem cell study, researchers in California said the controversy has caused significant damage to a promising and fledgling field. "
In a first, New Jersey awards stem-cell grantsPhiladelphia InquirerDecember 17th, 2005New Jersey "became the first in the nation yesterday to fund [embryonic] stem-cell research, awarding grants to 17 researchers at universities, nonprofit institutions and corporate labs."
Faked data, unethical egg procurement, cover-ups, lies: Stem cell and cloning scandal highlights need for real regulationGenetic CrossroadsDecember 15th, 2005
Collaborator Says Korean Cloning Pioneer Admitted Faking Stem Cell ResultsAssociated PressDecember 15th, 2005"A doctor who provided human eggs for research by cloning pioneer Hwang Woo-suk said in a broadcast Thursday that the South Korean scientist agreed to withdraw a key research paper because most of the stem cells produced for the article were faked."
Opinion: What California can learn from Korean cloning scandalby Nigel M. de S. Cameron and M. L. Tina StevensSan Francisco ChronicleDecember 13th, 2005"When apologists for 'therapeutic cloning' speak airily of hopes of cures, not only are they guilty of hype, they fail to disclose that every single cloning effort requires eggs. These eggs are not laid by chickens."
In the brains of mice grow the cells of manSan Francisco ChronicleDecember 13th, 2005Researchers in San Diego have designed mice containing fully functional human nerve cells as a novel way to study and potentially treat neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
New Criticism Rages Over South Korean Cell ResearchNew York TimesDecember 10th, 2005"A new round of criticism has broken out in South Korea over the accuracy of a recent article that reported a striking advance in human stem cell research."
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