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Cloning Tasmanian Tiger doco wins New York award


Cloning Tasmanian Tiger doco wins New York award
Australian efforts to clone an extinct Tasmanian Tiger received global recognition when a documentary on the project won a prize at a New York film festival. The documentary, End of Extinction: Cl...
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Anglo-Dutch group aims to discover what genes do
British and Dutch scientists launched an international initiative on Tuesday to uncover the function of genes and to determine how new drugs can be designed to fight cancer. The ambitious project ...
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More science needed to help feed world's starving
The need for more science, especially biotechnology, to help feed the world's poor, was a strong theme in a forum of science leaders from the developing world being held in Christchurch.Five speak...
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Crop & Food appoints IP investments manager
Crop & Food Research has appointed a General Manager, Investments, to boost its development of intellectual property.James Anderson, a New Zealand trained veterinarian who has recently worked for ...
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Otago appoints inaugural Chair in genetics
The University of Otago has appointed one of its leading researchers as Professor and Director of the Genetics Programme at Otago, the University Vice-Chancellor Dr Graeme Fogelberg announced today....
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GM moratorium must end warns European Commission
The European Commission is warning European Union governments to end their foot-dragging over approval of new genetically modified crops, in an attempt to stave off the growing threat of a US challeng...
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Transgenic cotton controls pest
Genetically engineered cotton in Arizona, grown using a strategy mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency, is effectively controlling a common crop pest without causing increased pesticide resi...
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DNA look-alike fools enzyme
Enzymes evolved to work with DNA accept a cheap imitation, say US researchers. Artificial molecule acts as template for DNA. DNA polymerase, that copies chromosomes before a cell divides, will dup...
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