Many countries' scientific societies unite to oppose those who advocate teaching non-scientific theories.
Stem-cell researchers say Vatican statements aren't leading to religious purges or change in scientific agenda.
More industry money requires more ethical vigilance by researchers and institutions, a biomedical federation says.
Lawmakers pass bill to get around limits imposed by President Bush, but he vows a veto.
Johns Hopkins program, seen as pathbreaker for global graduate education, to close -- amid acrimony from former partners.
Science and engineering students appreciate their degrees even decades later.
Following increase in harassment from animal rights foes, UCLA announces campaign to protect researchers and their families.
Since 1999, Gabrielle Stryker has been an assistant professor of biological sciences at Oakland University, in Michigan -- one of a handful of women specializing in the hard sciences at the institution.
Committee passes bill that would aim for 5% increases for biomedical research, but rebuffs effort to raise that ceiling.
No, but the intellectual father of animal rights admitted the possibility that some experiments might be justified.
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