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August 01, 2012
South Korea's (top row, from L) Park Chu-young, Hwang Seok-ho, Ki Sung-Yeung, Kimg Young-gwon, Jung Sung-ryong,...
London, United Kingdom
South Korea's team stand together before their men's football first round, Group B match against Gabon...
South Korea's (top row, from L) Park Chu-young, Hwang Seok-ho, Ki Sung-Yeung, Kimg Young-gwon, Jung Sung-ryong, Kim Chang-soo, (bottom row, from L) Koo Ja-cheol, Baek Sung-dong, Yun Suk-young, Park Jung-woo and Kim Bok-yung stand together before their men's football first round, Group B match against Gabon at Wembley Stadium during the London 2012 Olympic Games August 1, 2012. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN - Tags: OLYMPICS SPORT SOCCER)
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October 17, 2011
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and his team is pictured on a farm...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and his team is pictured on a farm in Pyeongtaek...
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and his team is pictured on a farm at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ANIMALS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) attends a ceremony donating coyotes cloned by his...
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South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang attends a ceremony donating coyotes cloned by his team at a wildlife...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) attends a ceremony donating coyotes cloned by his team at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS HEADSHOT)
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk claps during a ceremony donating coyotes cloned by his...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang claps during a ceremony donating coyotes cloned by his team at...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk claps during a ceremony donating coyotes cloned by his team at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS HEADSHOT)
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October 17, 2011
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and his team is pictured on a farm...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and his team is pictured on a farm at a wildlife...
A coyote cloned by South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk and his team is pictured on a farm at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) FOR BEST QUALITY: ALSO SEE GF2E7BD05U901
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk smiles as he greets guests during a donation ceremony...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang smiles as he greets guests during a donation ceremony of cloned...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk smiles as he greets guests during a donation ceremony of cloned coyotes by his team at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS HEADSHOT)
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su prepare...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and Gyeonggi province governor Kim prepare to release a cloned...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su prepare to release a cloned coyote during a donation ceremony at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su hold a...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and Gyeonggi province governor Kim hold a cloned coyote during...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su hold a cloned coyote during a donation ceremony at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su hold a...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and Gyeonggi province governor Kim hold a cloned coyote during...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su hold a cloned coyote during a donation ceremony at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
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October 17, 2011
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su (2nd R)...
PYEONGTAEK, South Korea
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang and Gyeonggi province governor Kim hold a cloned coyote during...
South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) and Gyeonggi province governor Kim Moon-su (2nd R) hold a cloned coyote during a donation ceremony at a wildlife protection centre in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, October 17, 2011. Hwang on Monday donated eight coyotes that he and his research team at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation cloned to help the endangered species, to the Gyeonggi provincial government, local media reported. Hwang was at the heart of a research fraud case in 2005, where a team he led was found by review boards to have manipulated key data in its studies on cloning stem cells. South Korea, considered then a global leader in human embryonic stem cell research, all but put stem cell research into deep freeze as a result of the scandal. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS)
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July 07, 2011
An employee of the FCB-Pharmicell holds its stem cell medication Hearticellgram-AMI as she poses for...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
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An employee of the FCB-Pharmicell holds its stem cell medication Hearticellgram-AMI as she poses for a photograph at the company's main office in Seongnam, near Seoul, June 28, 2011. South Korea all but put stem cell research into the deep freeze after a pre-eminent scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, was found guilty of fraud for his work in the field in 2005. The state Korea Food and Drug Administration's (KFDA) approval for the sale of the Hearticellgram-AMI treatment, developed by FCB-Pharmicell, from July 1 signals an ambitious new push to put research in the field back on the frontline. Picture taken on June 28, 2011. To match Insight KOREA-STEMCELL/ REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCI TECH)
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July 07, 2011
A stem cell medication Hearticellgram-AMI of the FCB-Pharmicell is placed on a desk for photographs at...
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A stem cell medication Hearticellgram-AMI of the FCB-Pharmicell is placed on a desk for photographs at the company's main office in Seongnam, near Seoul, June 28, 2011. South Korea all but put stem cell research into the deep freeze after a pre-eminent scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, was found guilty of fraud for his work in the field in 2005. The state Korea Food and Drug Administration's (KFDA) approval for the sale of the Hearticellgram-AMI treatment, developed by FCB-Pharmicell, from July 1 signals an ambitious new push to put research in the field back on the frontline. Picture taken on June 28, 2011. To match Insight KOREA-STEMCELL/ REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCI TECH)
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July 07, 2011
A researcher uses a microscope during a photo call at an aseptic room of the FCB-Pharmicell laboratory...
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A researcher uses a microscope during a photo call at an aseptic room of the FCB-Pharmicell laboratory in Seongnam, near Seoul, June 28, 2011. South Korea all but put stem cell research into the deep freeze after a pre-eminent scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, was found guilty of fraud for his work in the field in 2005. The state Korea Food and Drug Administration's (KFDA) approval for the sale of the Hearticellgram-AMI treatment, developed by FCB-Pharmicell, from July 1 signals an ambitious new push to put research in the field back on the frontline. Picture taken on June 28, 2011. To match Insight KOREA-STEMCELL/ REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCI TECH)
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July 07, 2011
A researcher controls medium for culturing stem cells during a photo call at an aseptic room of the FCB-Pharmicell...
SEONGNAM, South Korea
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A researcher controls medium for culturing stem cells during a photo call at an aseptic room of the FCB-Pharmicell laboratory in Seongnam, near Seoul, June 28, 2011. South Korea all but put stem cell research into the deep freeze after a pre-eminent scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, was found guilty of fraud for his work in the field in 2005. The state Korea Food and Drug Administration's (KFDA) approval for the sale of the Hearticellgram-AMI treatment, developed by FCB-Pharmicell, from July 1 signals an ambitious new push to put research in the field back on the frontline.
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while leaving...
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while leaving after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while leaving...
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while leaving after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH HEADSHOT)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk (L), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, bows to his supporters upon his leaving...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, bows at the Seoul Central District Court
Hwang Woo-suk (L), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, bows to his supporters upon his leaving after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk (L), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves as his supporters cheer after...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves the Seoul Central District Court
Hwang Woo-suk (L), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves as his supporters cheer after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while leaving...
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, listens to questions from reporters while leaving after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH HEADSHOT)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves after his trial on charges of fabricating...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves his trial, at the Seoul Central District Court...
Hwang Woo-suk, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk (L), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves as his supporters cheer after...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves the Seoul Central District Court
Hwang Woo-suk (L), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, leaves as his supporters cheer after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH)
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October 26, 2009
Hwang Woo-suk (C), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, answers questions from reporters after...
Seoul, South Korea
Hwang, South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, answers questions after trial at Seoul Central District...
Hwang Woo-suk (C), South Korea's disgraced stem cell scientist, answers questions from reporters after his trial on charges of fabricating data for his research papers, at the Seoul Central District Court, October 26, 2009. A South Korean court on Monday found disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang guilty of fraud in a case that sent shockwaves throughout the scientific community. Prosecutors were seeking a four-year prison term for Hwang, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies. He was due to be sentenced later. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW SCI TECH)
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September 05, 2008
One of the puppies fathered by the world's first cloned dog Snuppy is seen at Seoul National University's...
Seoul, South Korea
One of the puppies fathered by the world's first cloned dog Snuppy is seen at Seoul National University's...
One of the puppies fathered by the world's first cloned dog Snuppy is seen at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 05, 2008
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) looks at its puppies at Seoul National University's College of...
Seoul, South Korea
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy looks at its puppies at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary...
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) looks at its puppies at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 05, 2008
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (C, bottom) and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's...
The world's first cloned dog Snuppy (C, bottom) and its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 05, 2008
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) and one of its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
World's first cloned dog Snuppy and one of its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's...
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (L) and one of its puppies are seen with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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September 05, 2008
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (C) and his puppies take photograph with researchers at Seoul National...
Seoul, South Korea
World's first cloned dog Snuppy and his puppies take a photograph with researchers in Seoul
World's first cloned dog Snuppy (C) and his puppies take photograph with researchers at Seoul National University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Seoul September 5, 2008. The cloned dog Snuppy, an Afghan hound, impregnated two dogs through artificial insemination to produce 10 puppies, which were born in May. Snuppy was produced in 2005 by a lab once headed by Hwang Woo-suk, who fell from grace after two of his papers on cloning human embryonic stem cells were found to be based on fabricated data. Independent testing proved that Snuppy was cloned. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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June 19, 2007
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul June 19, 2007. Hwang, once...
Seoul, South Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul June 19, 2007. Hwang, once celebrated as a national hero after raising hopes that his work could one day lead to cures for such illnesses as diabetes and spinal cord injuries, was indicted in May last year on charges of fraud and embezzlement related to his research. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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June 19, 2007
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul June 19, 2007. Hwang, once...
Seoul, South Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul June 19, 2007. Hwang, once celebrated as a national hero after raising hopes that his work could one day lead to cures for such illnesses as diabetes and spinal cord injuries, was indicted in May last year on charges of fraud and embezzlement related to his research. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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June 19, 2007
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul June 19, 2007. Hwang, once...
Seoul, South Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for his trial at a court in Seoul June 19, 2007. Hwang, once celebrated as a national hero after raising hopes that his work could one day lead to cures for such illnesses as diabetes and spinal cord injuries, was indicted in May last year on charges of fraud and embezzlement related to his research. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
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March 26, 2007
Lee Byung-chun, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference in...
Lee Byung-chun, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference in Seoul March 26, 2007. South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said on Monday they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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March 26, 2007
Lee Byung-chun (R), a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks as Park Yong-ho,...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference in...
Lee Byung-chun (R), a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks as Park Yong-ho, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine of the University attends during a news conference in Seoul March 26, 2007. South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said on Monday they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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March 26, 2007
Lee Byung-chun, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference in...
Lee Byung-chun, a professor of a research team at Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference in Seoul March 26, 2007. South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said on Monday they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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March 26, 2007
A cloned wolf is seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon, south of...
Kwachon, South Korea
A cloned wolf is seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon
A cloned wolf is seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon, south of Seoul March 26, 2007. South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said on Monday they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTR1NXKG
March 26, 2007
A cloned wolf is seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon, south of...
Kwachon, South Korea
Cloned wolf is seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon
A cloned wolf is seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon, south of Seoul March 26, 2007. South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said on Monday they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE-KOREA/WOLF
RTR1NXK6
March 26, 2007
Cloned wolves are seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon, south of...
Kwachon, South Korea
Cloned wolves are seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon
Cloned wolves are seen in a cage at a veterinary hospital of the Seoul Grand Park in Kwachon, south of Seoul March 26, 2007. South Korean scientists, once led by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, said on Monday they had created the world's first cloned wolves, which were produced to help an endangered species. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE-KOREA/
RTR1NU7Z
March 24, 2007
Female Buddhist monks and supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk take part in a rally demanding...
Seoul, South Korea
Female Buddhist monks and supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk take part in a rally demanding...
Female Buddhist monks and supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk take part in a rally demanding the government allow Hwang to continue his research in Seoul March 24, 2007. South Korea plans to remove some of the blocks to human embryonic stem cell research it set up after an embarrassing scientific scandal, a presidential panel said on Friday. South Korea imposed the ban after a panel at Seoul National University found in January 2006 that a team led by disgraced scientist Hwang had deliberately fabricated data in two papers initially hailed as landmarks in stem cell studies. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE-KOREA/
RTR1NU7Y
March 24, 2007
Female Buddhist monks and supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk take part in a rally demanding...
Seoul, South Korea
Female Buddhist monks and supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk take part in a rally demanding...
Female Buddhist monks and supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk take part in a rally demanding the government allow Hwang to continue his research in Seoul March 24, 2007. South Korea plans to remove some of the blocks to human embryonic stem cell research it set up after an embarrassing scientific scandal, a presidential panel said on Friday. South Korea imposed the ban after a panel at Seoul National University found in January 2006 that a team led by disgraced scientist Hwang had deliberately fabricated data in two papers initially hailed as landmarks in stem cell studies. The Korean letters read "Allow his research". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE-KOREA/
RTR1NU7W
March 24, 2007
A performer dances in front of a portrait of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk during a rally demanding...
Seoul, South Korea
Performer dances in front of a portrait of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk during a rally demanding...
A performer dances in front of a portrait of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk during a rally demanding the government allow Hwang to continue his research in Seoul March 24, 2007. South Korea plans to remove some of the blocks to human embryonic stem cell research it set up after an embarrassing scientific scandal, a presidential panel said on Friday. South Korea imposed the ban after a panel at Seoul National University found in January 2006 that a team led by disgraced scientist Hwang had deliberately fabricated data in two papers initially hailed as landmarks in stem cell studies. The Korean letters read "Allow his research". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE-KOREA/
RTR1NU7U
March 24, 2007
Supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk shout slogans during a rally demanding the Government...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk shout slogans during a rally in Seoul
Supporters of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk shout slogans during a rally demanding the Government allow Hwang to continue his research in Seoul March 24, 2007. South Korea plans to remove some of the blocks to human embryonic stem cell research it set up after an embarrassing scientific scandal, a presidential panel said on Friday. South Korea imposed the ban after a panel at Seoul National University found in January 2006 that a team led by disgraced scientist Hwang had deliberately fabricated data in two papers initially hailed as landmarks in stem cell studies. The Korean letters read "Allow his research". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1IMLG
October 24, 2006
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at a court in Seoul October 24, 2006. Hwang, once celebrated...
Seoul, South Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at a court in Seoul October 24, 2006. Hwang, once celebrated as a national hero, was indicted in May on charges of fraud and embezzlement after prosecutors said he was the mastermind of a scheme to make it look like his team had produced stem cell lines through cloning human embryos REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1IMLF
October 24, 2006
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at a court in Seoul October 24, 2006. Hwang, once celebrated...
Seoul, South Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at a court in Seoul October 24, 2006. Hwang, once celebrated as a national hero, was indicted in May on charges of fraud and embezzlement after prosecutors said he was the mastermind of a scheme to make it look like his team had produced stem cell lines through cloning human embryos REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1HHLJ
September 19, 2006
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at the court in Seoul September 19, 2006. Co-defendants of...
Seoul, Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang arrives at the court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at the court in Seoul September 19, 2006. Co-defendants of Hwang told a Seoul court on Monday the disgraced stem cell scientist was likely aware of research fraud but they were too intimidated by their mentor to protest or confess their parts in it. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1HHLF
September 19, 2006
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at the court in Seoul September 19, 2006. Co-defendants of...
Seoul, Korea
Stem cell scientist Hwang arrives at the court in Seoul
Stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives at the court in Seoul September 19, 2006. Co-defendants of Hwang told a Seoul court on Monday the disgraced stem cell scientist was likely aware of research fraud but they were too intimidated by their mentor to protest or confess their parts in it. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1F5U9
July 04, 2006
Scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for a second trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court...
Seoul, South Korea
Scientist Hwang arrives for trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul
Scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for a second trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul July 4, 2006. South Korea began the trial of disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang on June 20 with prosecutors charging the man once hailed as a national hero with fraud and embezzlement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1F5U8
July 04, 2006
Scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for a second trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court...
Seoul, South Korea
Scientist Hwang arrives for trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul
Scientist Hwang Woo-suk arrives for a second trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul July 4, 2006. South Korea began the trial of disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang on June 20 with prosecutors charging the man once hailed as a national hero with fraud and embezzlement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1F5U7
July 04, 2006
Scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) arrives for a second trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District...
Seoul, South Korea
Scientist Hwang arrives for trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul
Scientist Hwang Woo-suk (R) arrives for a second trial with his lawyer at the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul July 4, 2006. South Korea began the trial of disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang on June 20 with prosecutors charging the man once hailed as a national hero with fraud and embezzlement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DBZS
May 13, 2006
South Koreans hold books about disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at a book store in Seoul May...
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans hold books about disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang in Seoul
South Koreans hold books about disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at a book store in Seoul May 13, 2006. The South Korean stem cell scientist once hailed as a national hero has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. The title of book reads, "Hwang Woo-suk falls into a snare". REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DBZQ
May 13, 2006
South Koreans read books about disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at a book store in Seoul May...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean read books about disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang in Seoul
South Koreans read books about disgraced stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at a book store in Seoul May 13, 2006. The South Korean stem cell scientist once hailed as a national hero has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. The title of book reads, "Hwang Woo-suk falls into a snare". REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
LEE
RTXOKLY
May 12, 2006
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation int.....
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. [Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday.]
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DARE
May 12, 2006
A supporter of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk weeps after hearing the announcement of...
Seoul, South Korea
A supporter for South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang weeps in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors'...
A supporter of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk weeps after hearing the announcement of the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by Hwang, in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DARB
May 12, 2006
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold signs after hearing the announcement...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang hold signs in front of the Seoul district public...
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold signs after hearing the announcement of the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by Hwang, in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. The supporters' sign demands a re-investigation. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAR9
May 12, 2006
A policeman scuffles with a supporter of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk as the latter...
Seoul, South Korea
A policeman scuffles with a supporter of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang in Seoul
A policeman scuffles with a supporter of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk as the latter blocks a car which the supporter believes a prosecutor is riding in, after the announcement of the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by Hwang, in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. The signs the other supporters are holding demand a re-investigation. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAR3
May 12, 2006
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold signs before hearing the announcement...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang hold signs in front of the Seoul district public...
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold signs before hearing the announcement of the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by Hwang, in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. The signs the supporters are holding demand a re-investigation. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAR2
May 12, 2006
Policemen stand guard behind a monk who has been holding a hunger strike for 19 days to support South...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen stand guard behind a monk who has been holding a hunger strike to support South Korean stem...
Policemen stand guard behind a monk who has been holding a hunger strike for 19 days to support South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAR1
May 12, 2006
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk weep after hearing the announcement of the...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang weep in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors'...
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk weep after hearing the announcement of the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by Hwang, in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAR0
May 12, 2006
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team...
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAQZ
May 12, 2006
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team...
South Korean senior prosecutor Lee In-kyu announces the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk at the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA SCIENCE
RTR1DAQP
May 12, 2006
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk weep after hearing the announcement of the...
Seoul, South Korea
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang weep in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors'...
Supporters of South Korean stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk weep after hearing the announcement of the result of the prosecutors' investigation into the team led by Hwang, in front of the Seoul district public prosecutors' office May 12, 2006. Hwang, once hailed as a national hero, has been charged with criminal fraud and embezzlement, a senior prosecutor said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA
RTR1CF5H
April 11, 2006
A supporter of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk stands on a building under construction as he threatens...
Seoul, Korea
Supporter of stem cell scientist Hwang stands on building in Seoul
A supporter of stem cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk stands on a building under construction as he threatens to kill himself by jumping off the building near state-run TV station KBS in Seoul April 11, 2006. The protester demanded KBS to broadcast a special documentary program favourable to discredited stem cell scientist Hwang. The program was originally produced for the network's investigative programme but the company decided not to release it, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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