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Stem cell experts keep active while funds lag in limboby Terri SomersSan Diego Union TribuneJanuary 13th, 2006"It will take at least 15 months for California's new stem cell institute to resolve court challenges and gain access to $3 billion that voters agreed to spend on the research, the institute's president said yesterday. "
Editorial: Stem-cell politicsSan Francisco ChronicleJanuary 13th, 2006"THE TRAGIC RISE and fall of veterinarian Hwang Woo Suk, the South Korean stem-cell researcher who was found to have fabricated his purported breakthroughs in stem-cell science...offers California a cautionary tale."
Public Calls for Stricter Ova RegulationThe Korea TimesJanuary 12th, 2006"Voices are getting louder over the revision of the bioethics law amid allegations that female researchers of Prof. Hwang Woo-suk's team were forced to donate their ova for stem cell experiments. "
Hwang Debacle Seen as "Regression of Democracy"The Korea TimesJanuary 12th, 2006"Korea University historian Choi Jang-jip criticized the government for its inability to properly monitor the works of Seoul National University scientist Hwang Woo-suk despite promoting them as national achievements. "
Lesson in South Korea: Stem Cells Aren't Cars or ChipsInternational Herald TribuneJanuary 11th, 2006"The downfall of Hwang Woo Suk, the South Korean scientist vilified for faking his papers, holds a lesson for developing countries rushing into cutting-edge life science: Do not try to clone human cells the way you churn out cars and computer chips.."
Researcher Faked Evidence of Human Cloning, Koreans ReportNew York TimesJanuary 10th, 2006"Dr. Hwang Woo Suk, the South Korean researcher who claimed to have cloned human cells, fabricated evidence for all of that research, according to a report released today by a Seoul National University panel investigating his work."
Pitt biologist trying to patent human cloning processPittsburgh Tribune-ReviewJanuary 7th, 2006"A University of Pittsburgh researcher embroiled in an international cloning scandal is seeking to patent technology to create embryonic stem cells without crediting his now-estranged colleagues in South Korea, government documents show. "
Ethics panel head to quit in alleged involvement in Hwang's scandalThe Korea HeraldJanuary 5th, 2006"The head of a presidential panel which has been investigating ethical issues related to the research of Hwang Woo-suk offered to resign yesterday over his alleged involvement in the scandal, his aide said. "
Women_s Groups Demand Egg Donation ProbeThe Chosun IlboJanuary 4th, 2006"Korea_s already battered biotech industry faces a fresh challenge from women_s rights activists angry at what they see as a high-handed approach to occyte procurement for cloning and other embryonic research."
_Hwang Forced Researcher to Donate Eggs_The Korea TimesJanuary 3rd, 2006"Korean TV station MBC Tuesday dealt another blow to the country's cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk, claiming he had forced his junior researcher to contribute eggs by using authorship as a carrot. "
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