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South Korea Proposes To Kick Research on Whales

South Korea Proposes To Kick Research on Whales

A recent report unveiled that South Korea is aiming to track down whales so that research on the same can be explored to all in all at a different level. It was during this week that the Fisheries Ministry put forward their plan to the International Whaling Commission. The plan was proposed while a meeting of the International Whaling Commission [IWC] in Panama was going on.

Scientist Claims to Duplicate 8 More Coyotes

Scientist Claims to Duplicate 8 More Coyotes

According to reports, Hwang Woo-suk, the main culprit behind the stem cell research license controversy, has again become the chief highlight.

However, this time the scientist claimed that by using the latest technology, he has finally cloned more eight coyotes.

South Korea to invest $90 million to revive its stem cell research

South Korea to invest $90 million to revive its stem cell research

In a Friday announcement, South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said that his government intends making a $90-million investment for reviving its stem cell research program in 2012.

South Korean Currency in Trouble

South Korean Currency in Trouble

South Korean currency is facing trouble against dollar due to the offshore demand by the investors on Monday.

HCT Fails to Achieve the Target of TB Vaccination

HCT Fails to Achieve the Target of TB Vaccination

Tuberculosis is a scar for any nations around the world. If statistics are to be believed, around 88 of every 100,000 people in Korea were diagnosed with TB in 2009.

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