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2005-12-05 00:15:00

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.

2005-12-03 21:59:54

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.

2005-11-24 03:00:00

By Jon Herskovitz and Lee Jin-joo SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's pioneering stem cell scientist apologized on Thursday that two members of his team had donated their egg cells for research, saying his rush to advance science may have clouded his ethical judgment.

2005-11-23 21:59:27

SEOUL (Reuters) - A pioneering South Korean stem cell scientist was aware that two members of his team donated their egg cells to advance his research, but this did not represent a breach in ethics, a health ministry report said on Thursday.

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2005-11-23 06:58:25

South Korean cloning pioneer Hwang Woo-suk said in a television interview that he tried to talk junior scientists at his lab out of donating their own eggs for research, responding to the latest allegations over ethics violations that have plunged his groundbreaking work into controversy.

2005-11-22 20:06:28

By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL (Reuters) - Everything seemed so bright for pioneering South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk just a few weeks ago after two major breakthroughs this year.

2005-11-14 04:55:00

A pioneering South Korean stem-cell scientist said on Monday that his work met strict government guidelines on ethics, including on human egg donations, after a top U.S. scientist suspended collaboration.

2005-11-13 10:20:30

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Snuppy, the first cloned dog, is the most amazing invention of 2005, Time magazine said on Sunday. The puppy, a 5-month-old Afghan hound, was cloned at Seoul National University in Korea by a 45-person team led by Professor Woo Suk Hwang.

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2005-11-13 07:05:00

Snuppy, the first cloned dog, is the most amazing invention of 2005, Time magazine said on Sunday.

2005-10-19 06:33:11

By Edward Davies and Jack Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea launched on Wednesday a an ambitious project to make the country a global hub for stem-cell storage and research, hoping to further cement its status at the forefront of cloning research.


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swell-mobsman
  • A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.
Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.