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05.05.2011
Last week, a French judge ruled that you should not be able to patent scientific techniques involving embryonic stem cells. Scientists hit...
04.05.2011
The public bodies bill, the bill the government has introduced to give them the power to reorganise the Human Fertilisation and Embryology...
03.05.2011
Chi Onwurah asked a few interesting questions about the health research actions the government set out in their plan for growth -...
19.04.2011
You may have seen some rather sensationally headlined coverage on the news this morning  “IVF technique using three biological parents” “...
07.04.2011
Now that we've had a bit more time to digest it, I thought I'd summarise the interesting bits for medical research in the government's plan...
06.04.2011
Chi Onwurah has been asking some very interesting medical researchy questions in parliament, one exploring where research fits on the new...
30.03.2011
The future reorganisation of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) and the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) were being...
23.03.2011
George Osborne has just announced the 2011 budget. This included some interesting stuff for science and medical research in particular. As...
15.03.2011
I have just been at the launch of a great report by NESTA looking at the UK biomedical community and how everyone involved - industry,...
14.03.2011
Last week the Lords were continuing to look at the public bodies bill in detail – the bill that will give the government the power to make...

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