Andreas Kreiter describes his frightening and surreal ordeal at the hands of animal-rights extremists and their political allies.
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The week in science: Italian space head resigns; NIH teams up with big pharma; and US court rules some stem-cell treatments should be regulated as drugs.
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Front-line services being trained in new approach to dealing with decontamination of victims in direct aftermath of an event.
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Sequencing of DNA from Native American ‘Clovis boy’ forces researchers to rethink handling of tribal remains.
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P values, the 'gold standard' of statistical validity, are not as reliable as many scientists assume.
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Evidence is mounting that medication for ADHD doesn't make a lasting difference to schoolwork or achievement.
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First batch of five researchers get generous funding to spend 12 months doing research in the country.
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Satellite and fisheries data show areas in Atlantic Ocean where leatherback turtles and fishermen clash.
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Ring-shaped flow of ultracold atoms remembers how it has been stirred.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.14709
Milestone is passed on the long road to fusion energy.
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Worm study suggests that activity in mitochondria determines ageing.
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Ecologists call for genetic rescue of Isle Royale’s inbred wolves.
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Some clinical trials funded by US agency resume, but strict regulations have put off others.
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Debate flares over who discovered extra chromosome that causes the disease.
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Long-term study will monitor healthy people in detail — and encourage them to respond to the results.
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Scientists question the tactics behind the Immunity Project's public campaign.
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Government stands by pledge but shies away from hard target as number of experiments rises.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.14688
Carbon layers grown on silicon carbide conduct electricity even better than theory predicted.
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Rodent study supports controversial clinical trial showing beneficial effects in children with the disorder.
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But quantity is being favoured over quality, experts say.
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