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Perhaps only in the superheated atmosphere of the current conflict over the U.S. Senate's confirmation of judges could a hearing about illegal bombings and arson by animal rights groups turn into a partisan affair.
Three years after one of anthropology's biggest scandals appeared to have been resolved, debate about research on the Yanomami is back.
Drinking to excess puts students at more risk of injury, Wake Forest researchers find.
The vote defies Bush, but margin is insufficient to withstand a promised veto.
Thousands of research and technical employees stage a one-day walkout.
Freshmen and sophomores who work with professors are more likely to get degrees and go to graduate school, U. of Michigan studies show.
Two groups that support basic research sponsor weeklong course to help young scientists navigate through their universities.
While some universities boast about bookless libraries, Chicago prepares to spend $42 million in defense of browsing and scholarly serendipity.
Supreme Court ruling expands studies that can legally be done using products of others' intellectual property.
$240 million sought in case that some see as attack on scholars who speak out on their areas of expertise.
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