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# laboratory - Tuesday 5 May, 2020

HSE team to review delays with Covid-19 results but 'majority back within four days'

The case definition for testing is expected to be broadened this week.

# laboratory - Wednesday 13 November, 2019

If Ireland joins Cern, it will result in 'millions being put into Irish economy’, committee told

It would cost around €1.3 million for Ireland to join as an associate member of Cern.

# laboratory - Friday 22 August, 2014

Test results expected in suspected Ebola case

The body of a man, who had recently travelled to part of Africa where Ebola has hit, was discovered yesterday morning.

# laboratory - Friday 18 October, 2013

Brazil activists free 200 dogs used for drug tests

Most of the animals were said to have had their skins shaven.

# laboratory - Monday 15 April, 2013

In lab 'bio-kidney' successfully transplanted into rat

The new kidney started filtering blood and producing urine through the ureter as soon as the bloody supply was restored.

# laboratory - Sunday 7 October, 2012

10 scientific discoveries that were complete accidents Science This post contains images

10 scientific discoveries that were complete accidents

We can all thank clumsiness, unhygienic lab practices, and sheer luck for some of the greatest discoveries of our civilisation.

# laboratory - Tuesday 14 August, 2012

Fukushima caused mutant butterflies: scientists

The butterflies were found to have abnormalities including smaller wings and damaged eyes.

# laboratory - Thursday 22 December, 2011

US asks science journals to censor studies on man-made bird flu

The US government fears that details on a lab-made version of bird flu could be used by terrorists for biological warfare.

# laboratory - Tuesday 5 July, 2011

From The Daily Edge Owners beware: Landlords turn to dog poop DNA tests Science Gone Mad

Owners beware: Landlords turn to dog poop DNA tests

Who let the dog out? Owners who don’t scoop will now pay.

# laboratory - Friday 25 March, 2011

Scientists grow sperm in laboratory

Japanese researchers have cultivated sperm from the testes of baby mice.