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Lab made antibody against HIV shows promise in non-human primate studies

Jon Cohen | Science Insider | 
For 30 years, researchers have struggled to determine which immune responses best foil HIV, information that has guided the design ...

Mitochondrial donation regulation crosses final legal hurdle in the United Kingdom

Gretchen Vogel | Science Insider | 
The United Kingdom’s House of Lords has approved legislation to allow a new type of in vitro fertilization (IVF) that ...

China decides against renewing GM permits, raises questions about future for research

Dennis Normile | Science Insider | 
China’s Ministry of Agriculture has decided not to renew biosafety certificates that allowed research groups to grow genetically modified (GM) ...

Attempted thefts of GM seeds reflect obstacles to innovation in China

Mara Hvistendahl | Science Insider | 
The court documents read like something out of a Coen brothers film. Employees of the Chinese agricultural company Dabeinong Technology ...

3000 rice genomes released into public domain to boost food production

Dennis Normile | Science Insider | 
As a step toward boosting rice production to meet a projected 25 percent increase in demand by 2030, researchers from three Asian ...
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