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Braggadacio, Information Control, and Fear: Life Inside a Brigham Stem Cell Lab Under Investigationby AnonymousRetraction WatchMay 30th, 2014A former research fellow writes, "[I]n spite of the efforts of ethical watchdogs, these are behaviors that science is selecting for with its current funding and publication mechanisms."
Spinal Cord, HIV Stem Cell Treatments Fundedby Bradley J. FikesUT San DiegoMay 29th, 2014A potentially groundbreaking trial to treat spinal cord injuries with tissue grown from human embryonic stem cells will resume, after being funded by the California's stem cell agency.
Venter Institute-Led Team Details Synbio Policy Challenges and OptionsGenetic Engineering and Biotechnology NewsMay 29th, 2014A new report details the challenges faced by regulators with the increased use of more sophisticated synthetic biology.
Orphan Black: The Best Show You’ve Never Seenby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMay 29th, 2014A BBC America television series about clones is seriously good.
2-4-6-8, Novel Pairs to Replicateby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesMay 29th, 2014A pair of artificial nucleotides have been inserted into E. coli, which reproduced the three base-pairs successfully until the source of nucleotides ran out.
Stem Cells in Sports Medicineby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesMay 29th, 2014The use of adult stem cells in sports medicine is growing, although the evidence that they help post-operative recovery is anecdotal.
Embattled STAP Cell Scientist Obokata to Retract Research PaperThe Japan TimesMay 28th, 2014Haruko Obokata has agreed to retract one of two STAP cell research papers from Nature, but maintains she will not retract the other one.
Genomic Controversy in Iceland: Déja Vu All Over Againby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesMay 28th, 2014DeCODE Genetics has launched another attempt to gather the population of Iceland into a genetic database.
Uninformed Tech Regulations Will Either Kill Innovation or Risk Human Livesby Jason KoeblerViceMay 27th, 2014How is the United States going to regulate new technologies that let people enhance and clone themselves, create synthetic organisms, and, perhaps, even cheat death?
Why are Smart Women Waiting Until the Onset of Menopause to Try to Have Kids?by Miriam ZollPBSMay 27th, 2014Over the last four decades, we emancipated daughters of America have been taught that we have the power to control our destinies.
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