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2005-12-15 11:15:00

By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL (Reuters) - Key parts of a landmark paper from South Korea's most renowned stem cell scientist were fabricated and the researcher is seeking to have the work withdrawn, a close collaborator told South Korean media on Thursday. The daily newspaper Hankyoreh and three South Korean television networks quoted Roh Sung-il as saying that he, stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and another co-author of the landmark 2005 Science paper on tailor-made stem cells had notified the...

2005-12-15 08:24:17

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's most renowned stem cell scientist fabricated key parts of a ground-breaking paper and is seeking to have the work withdrawn, a close collaborator told South Korean media on Thursday. The daily newspaper Hankyoreh and three South Korean television networks quoted Roh Sung-il as saying that he, stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and another co-author of the landmark 2005 Science paper on tailor-made stem cells had notified the journal that they were...

2005-12-15 09:35:00

By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL -- Key parts of a landmark paper from South Korea's most renowned stem cell scientist were fabricated and the researcher is seeking to have the work withdrawn, a close collaborator told South Korean media on Thursday. The daily newspaper Hankyoreh and three South Korean television networks quoted Roh Sung-il as saying that he, stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and another co-author of the landmark 2005 Science paper on tailor-made stem cells had notified the journal...

2005-12-15 08:35:00

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's most renowned stem cell scientist fabricated key parts of a ground-breaking paper and is seeking to have the work withdrawn, a close collaborator told South Korean media on Thursday. The daily newspaper Hankyoreh and three South Korean television networks quoted Roh Sung-il as saying that he, stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and another co-author of the landmark 2005 Science paper on tailor-made stem cells had notified the journal that they were withdrawing...

2005-12-14 02:05:00

By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent WASHINGTON -- A U.S. stem cell expert who lent his name and credibility to South Korean cloning pioneers asked that his name be removed from their landmark scientific paper on Tuesday and questioned whether the work had been falsified. Dr. Gerald Schatten of the University of Pittsburgh asked the journal Science to take his name off a human cloning study published by Woo Suk Hwang and colleagues at Seoul National University in May of 2005. Hwang...

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2005-12-12 00:35:00

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL -- South Korea's pioneering stem cell scientist, embroiled in a scandal over ethical lapses, returned to his laboratory on Monday after the university where he worked agreed to an inquiry to verify his key findings. Hwang Woo-suk, who was hospitalised last week due to exhaustion, walked past ranks of TV cameras wearing his lab coat to enter his Seoul National University laboratory for the first time since apologising for ethical lapses nearly three weeks ago. Last...

2005-12-07 15:15:00

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's celebrated stem cell scientist, who has been caught in a storm of controversy over ethical lapses in his work, has been taken to hospital suffering from exhaustion, a medical official said on Wednesday. In the United States, an influential science publication said there were no flaws in the findings of the scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, whose team made global headlines by developing tailored embryonic stem cells and producing the world's first...

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2005-12-07 15:15:00

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL -- South Korea's celebrated stem cell scientist, who has been caught in a storm of controversy over ethical lapses in his work, has been taken to hospital suffering from exhaustion, a medical official said on Wednesday. In the United States, an influential science publication said there were no flaws in the findings of the scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, whose team made global headlines by developing tailored embryonic stem cells and producing the world's first cloned dog....

2005-12-04 21:15:00

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's pioneering stem cell scientist has been in seclusion since he spoke of ethical lapses in procuring human eggs, but with national pride and global science at stake, the affair shows little sign of dying down. Hwang Woo-suk, the scientist who brought South Korea to the global forefront of stem cell and cloning research, has sought solace at a Buddhist temple after apologizing on November 24 for those lapses in his work, according to media...

2005-12-05 00:15:00

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL -- South Korea's pioneering stem cell scientist has been in seclusion since he spoke of ethical lapses in procuring human eggs, but with national pride and global science at stake, the affair shows little sign of dying down. Hwang Woo-suk, the scientist who brought South Korea to the global forefront of stem cell and cloning research, has sought solace at a Buddhist temple after apologizing on November 24 for those lapses in his work, according to media reports....