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Biotechnology Industry

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  • Study that rates football helmets could have a lasting impact

    Study that rates football helmets could have a lasting impact
    Stefan Duma is unlikely to join Bruce Smith, Frank Beamer and Michael Vick on Virginia Tech football's Mount Rushmore. But his contributions to the game may prove as enduring as any sack, game plan or touchdown pass. A professor at the Virginia Tech-Wake...
  • Lauren Ritchie: 'Tech Effect' let Casey Anthony win

    Lauren Ritchie: 'Tech Effect' let Casey Anthony win
    If Casey Anthony had been tried 30 years ago in that same Orange County courtroom, she probably would be facing a death sentence today instead of the few measly years she spent awaiting trial. The 25-year-old mother who last week slipped out of a...
  • We ought to be sure before taking a life with death penalty

    We ought to be sure before taking a life with death penalty
    On Thursday, Robert Wilcoxson and Kenneth Kagonyera walked out of a North Carolina jail as free men. A panel of judges declared them not guilty and set them free. Freed after serving a decade behind bars for a murder they didn't commit. Wilcoxson...
  • Boston siphons science dollars from Florida

    Boston siphons science dollars from Florida
    Did you hear that? A shrill suctioning sound, followed by a loud thud? That was our money being sucked out of Florida and landing in Boston. Cutting-edge research done at Scripps Florida in Jupiter attracted the attention of a Boston venture-capital...
  • Video/Q&A: Damien Echols of 'West of Memphis'

    Video/Q&A: Damien Echols of 'West of Memphis'
    Details of the West Memphis 3 investigation can only be described as ridiculous. “They had one guy say that I looked at him and made him levitate. And this is in police records,” says Damien Echols, who in 2011 was freed from prison after...
  • First lady's ancestry an American story

    First lady's ancestry an American story
    Many Americans are fascinated by the family history of Michelle Obama, a descendant of slaves who is the nation's first African-American first lady. You've learned a lot about her ancestry in this newspaper. Now, add to that a new book due out Tuesday,...
  • It's unseemly for nonprofit CEOs to make millions

    It's unseemly for nonprofit CEOs to make millions
    The story of the nonprofit CEO who solicits charity while raking in a giant salary is, by now, becoming a Central Florida cliché. There was NorthStar High School in Orange County, which was a miserable failure academically but paid its principal $824,000...
  • Science Is Starved By The Sequester

    "The capacity to blunder slightly is the real marvel of DNA. Without this special attribute, we would still be anaerobic bacteria and there would be no music." — Lewis Thomas The pedigree of human beings, Thomas wrote, probably traces to a...
  • DNA registry legislation raises concerns about Big Brother

    If you are innocent, you have nothing to fear. Right? What could possibly go wrong with widespread unwarranted searches designed to collect evidence, in the form of DNA samples, from people who have not been convicted of anything? Worrywarts are...
  • Neil Shubin tells the story of us in 'Your Inner Fish'

    Neil Shubin tells the story of us in 'Your Inner Fish'
    Moving downward from the shoulder, the arms of Neil Shubin, fish paleontologist, are built like this: one bone, two bones, lots of bones, digits. The same is true for a bird's wing, a leopard's forward leg and the front fins of Tiktaalik, the ancient...
  • Barry Scheck on the O.J. trial, DNA evidence and the Innocence Project

     Barry Scheck on the O.J. trial, DNA evidence and the Innocence Project
    The O.J. Simpson case, which began to unfold 20 years ago this month, was a blip — a significant one, but a blip — in Barry Scheck's legal career. Scheck is now better known as co-founder of the Innocence Project, the not-for-profit...