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SCIENCE KOREA
RTR185TD 
January 14, 2006 
South Korean students participate in a rally held by supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean students participate in a rally held by supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
South Korean students participate in a rally held by supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk in Seoul January 14, 2006. Disgraced scientist Hwang is facing an enhanced investigation and will never publish a paper in a major journal again, experts and officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR185TA 
January 14, 2006 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul January... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang participate in a rally in Seoul 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul January 14, 2006. Disgraced scientist Hwang cannot leave South Korea because of a criminal probe, is facing an intensified investigation and will never publish a paper in a major journal again, experts and officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR185KT 
January 14, 2006 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul January... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul January 14, 2006. Disgraced scientist Hwang is facing an enhanced investigation and will never publish a paper in a major journal again, experts and officials said on Friday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR185A0 
January 14, 2006 
A student waves a national flag and a candle during a rally held by supporters of South Korean stem-cell... 
Seoul, Korea 
A student waves a national flag and a candle during a rally held by supporters of South Korean stem-cell... 
A student waves a national flag and a candle during a rally held by supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk in Seoul January 14, 2006. Disgraced scientist Hwang is facing an enhanced investigation and will never publish a paper in a major journal again, experts and officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1859E 
January 14, 2006 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul January... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang participate in a rally in Seoul 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participate in a rally in Seoul January 14, 2006. Disgraced scientist Hwang cannot leave South Korea because of a criminal probe, is facing an intensified investigation and will never publish a paper in a major journal again, experts and officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
HWANG
RTXO48S 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006..... 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. 
HWANG
RTXO48P 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2..... 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but hinted at a conspiracy to discredit him and said he was blinded by the zeal of advancing stem cell studies. 
HWANG
RTXO48O 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12,..... 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean [media] reported. 
HWANG
RTXO48N 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, Ja..... 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean [media] reported. 
HWANG
RTXO48M 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, Ja..... 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean [media] reported. 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1827J 
January 12, 2006 
Members of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk's research team weep as Hwang (unseen) speaks... 
Seoul, Korea 
Members of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang's research team weep as Hwang speaks at a news conference... 
Members of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk's research team weep as Hwang (unseen) speaks at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1825V 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk drinks water during a news conference in Seoul, January... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang drinks water during a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk drinks water during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1822D 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk speaks at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang speaks at news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk speaks at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but hinted at a conspiracy to discredit him and said he was blinded by the zeal of advancing stem cell studies. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR18227 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang reacts at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1821H 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves after news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but hinted at a conspiracy to discredit him and said he was blinded by the zeal of advancing stem cell studies. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1821E 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves after news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk leaves after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but hinted at a conspiracy to discredit him and said he was blinded by the zeal of advancing stem cell studies. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1820S 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (C) leaves with his students as his supporters hold up... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves with his students after a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (C) leaves with his students as his supporters hold up signs and reporters surround him after a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1820Q 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12,... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang reacts during a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181N7 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (C) leaves with his students as his supporters hold up... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves with his students after a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (C) leaves with his students as his supporters hold up signs and reporters surround him after a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181N3 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) leaves with his students as a supporter of his holds... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang leaves with his students after a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) leaves with his students as a supporter of his holds up a poster after a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181MR 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk attends a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang attends a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk attends a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181M6 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk bows during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang bows during a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk bows during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181M4 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12,... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang reacts during a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181M0 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gestures during a news conference in Seoul, January 12,... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang gestures during news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gestures during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181LU 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12,... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang reacts during a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk reacts during a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181KT 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk speaks at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang speaks at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk speaks at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181KQ 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181KA 
January 12, 2006 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold signs in Seoul January 12, 2006. Prosecutors... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang hold signs in Seoul 
Supporters of South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold signs in Seoul January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181JS 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) comforts a female member of his research team after... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang comforts female member of his research team after a news conference... 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk (L) comforts a female member of his research team after a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang apologised on Thursday for wrongdoing at his laboratory, but said his team may have been the victim of a conspiracy trying to discredit them. Underscoring Hwang's fall, prosecutors raided his home and offices on Thursday as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181JK 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181J8 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk speaks at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006.... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang speaks at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk speaks at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181J4 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk gets ready to speak at a news conference in Seoul, January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR181HV 
January 12, 2006 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk drinks water before he speaks at a news conference in... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang drinks water before he speaks at a news conference in Seoul 
South Korean stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk drinks water before he speaks at a news conference in Seoul January 12, 2006. Prosecutors raided the home and offices on Thursday of Hwang as part of a criminal probe into the alleged misuse of state funds, several South Korean media reported. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR180H7 
January 11, 2006 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk who was a professor at Seoul National University, shout... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang shout slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk who was a professor at Seoul National University, shout slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to demand that the university give opportunity to Hwang so that he can reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR180G8 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean boy holds a candle at a candle light vigil held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean boy holds a candle at a candle light vigil held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
A South Korean boy holds a candle at a candle light vigil held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, in Seoul, January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR180FL 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang puts a sticker on a hat of colleague during a rally... 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, puts a sticker on a hat of colleague during a rally in Seoul January 11, 2006. Supporters insisted that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. The sticker reads "We love and trust doctor Hwang". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR18070 
January 11, 2006 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk who was a professor at Seoul National University, shout... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang shout slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk who was a professor at Seoul National University, shout slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to demand that the university give opportunity to Hwang so that he can reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR1806R 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean student shouts slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul held by supporters of stem-cell... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean student shouts slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul held by supporters of stem-cell... 
A South Korean student shouts slogans at a candle light vigil in Seoul held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk who was a professor at Seoul National University, January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to demand that the university give opportunity to Hwang so that he can reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR18058 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at the Seoul National... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang carries a sign during a rally in Seoul 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at the Seoul National University, carries a sign during a rally in Seoul January 11, 2006. Supporters insisted that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZYW 
January 11, 2006 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, participate... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang participate in a candle light vigil in Seoul 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, participate in a candle light vigil in Seoul January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZYR 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang holds candles at a candle light vigil in Seoul 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, holds candles at a candle light vigil in Seoul January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZWE 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean boy holds a candle at a candle light vigil held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean boy holds a candle at a candle light vigil held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
A South Korean boy holds a candle at a candle light vigil held by supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, in Seoul, January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZRW 
January 11, 2006 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference at the university... 
Seoul, Korea 
President of Seoul National University speaks during news conference at university in Seoul 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference at the university in Seoul January 11, 2006. Chung apologised to the nation on Wednesday, for a team led by South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk who fabricated two data on embryonic stem cells. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZRU 
January 11, 2006 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference at the university... 
Seoul, Korea 
President of Seoul National University speaks during news conference at university in Seoul 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference at the university in Seoul January 11, 2006. Chung apologised to the nation on Wednesday, for a team led by South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk who fabricated two data on embryonic stem cells. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZNE 
January 11, 2006 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, participate... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang hold candles during a vigil in Seoul 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, participate in a candle light vigil in Seoul January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZMG 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang holds a sign at a candle light vigil in Seoul 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, holds a sign at a candle light vigil in Seoul, January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZMB 
January 11, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang holds candles at a candle light vigil in Seoul 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at Seoul National University, holds candles at a candle light vigil in Seoul January 11, 2006. Hundreds of supporters of Hwang gathered in central Seoul on Wednesday to insist that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZKQ 
January 11, 2006 
South Korean supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at the Seoul National... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang participate in a rally in Seoul 
South Korean supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, who was a professor at the Seoul National University, participate in a rally in Seoul January 11, 2006. Supporters insisted that the university give Hwang an opportunity to reproduce his work. The president of the university apologised on Wednesday for scientific fraud at the school, saying two fabricated papers on stem cell research had embarrassed the country and science. The supporter on the right carries a sign saying "I love Hwang". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZHC 
January 11, 2006 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference at the university... 
Seoul, Korea 
President of Seoul National University speaks during news conference at te university in Seoul 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, speaks during a news conference at the university in Seoul January 11, 2006. Chung apologised to the nation on Wednesday, for a team led by South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk who fabricated two data on embryonic stem cells. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17ZH8 
January 11, 2006 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, prepares to speak during a news conference at... 
Seoul, Korea 
President of Seoul National University prepares to speak during news conference at university in Seoul... 
Chung Un-chan, president of Seoul National University, prepares to speak during a news conference at the university in Seoul January 11, 2006. Chung apologised to the nation on Wednesday, for a team led by South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk who fabricated two data on embryonic stem cells. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SOUTH KOREA
RTXO3Y0 
January 10, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a small... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a ..... 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a small rally in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 10, 2006. A team led by a once heralded and now disgraced South Korean scientist faked two landmark papers on embryonic stem cells but did produce the world's first cloned dog, an investigation panel said on Tuesday. 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17Z13 
January 10, 2006 
An employee of Seoul National University removes ribbons that supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
Seoul, Korea 
An employee of Seoul National University removes ribbons that supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang... 
An employee of Seoul National University removes ribbons that supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hung up on trees to symbolize that the supporters wish Hwang's return to his laboratory, at a main entrance of the university in Seoul January 10, 2006. A team led by a once heralded and now disgraced South Korean scientist faked two landmark papers on embryonic stem cells but did produce the world's first cloned dog, the investigation panel of Seoul National University said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17YR8 
January 10, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk carries a portrait of Hwang in front of... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang carries portrait of Hwang in front of Seoul National... 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk carries a portrait of Hwang in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 10, 2006. A team led by a once-heralded and now disgraced South Korean scientist faked two landmark papers on embryonic stem cells but did produce the world's first cloned dog, the investigation panel of Seoul National University said on Tuesday. The poster reads, "The investigation panel of Seoul National University save doctor Hwang". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA PANEL
RTR17YB5 
January 10, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a small... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk carries a portrait of Hwang during a small... 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a small rally in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 10, 2006. A team led by a once heralded and now disgraced South Korean scientist faked two landmark papers on embryonic stem cells but did produce the world's first cloned dog, an investigation panel said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA PANEL
RTR17XZC 
January 10, 2006 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a small... 
Seoul, Korea 
South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk carries a portrait of Hwang during a small... 
A South Korean supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk, carries a portrait of Hwang during a small rally in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 10, 2006. A team led by a once heralded and now disgraced South Korean scientist faked two landmark papers on embryonic stem cells but did produce the world's first cloned dog, an investigation panel said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17XKD 
January 09, 2006 
A South Korean supporter for stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participates in a candle light vigil in... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean supporter for stem-cell scientist Hwang participates in a candle light vigil in front... 
A South Korean supporter for stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participates in a candle light vigil in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 9, 2006. A Seoul National University panel on Tuesday is expected to release its final report on the veracity of three major claims by Hwang's team -- developing tailored embryonic stem cells, producing the world's first cloned dog and producing the first cloned human embryos for research. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17XIN 
January 09, 2006 
A supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk holds a candle behind a portrait of Hwang and a lab... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang participates in candlelight vigil in Seoul 
A supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk holds a candle behind a portrait of Hwang and a lab suit on which Hwang supporters wrote their wishes during a candlelight vigil in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 9, 2006. A Seoul National University panel on Tuesday is expected to release its final report on the veracity of three major claims by Hwang's team -- developing tailored embryonic stem cells, producing the world's first cloned dog and producing the first cloned human embryos for research. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17XB1 
January 09, 2006 
A South Korean supporter for stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participates in a candle light vigil in... 
Seoul, Korea 
A South Korean supporter for stem-cell scientist Hwang participates in a candle light vigil in front... 
A South Korean supporter for stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participates in a candle light vigil in front of Seoul National University in Seoul January 9, 2006. A Seoul National University panel on Tuesday is expected to release its final report on the veracity of three major claims by Hwang's team -- developing tailored embryonic stem cells, producing the world's first cloned dog and producing the first cloned human embryos for research. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17XAZ 
January 09, 2006 
A supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participates in a candlelight vigil in front of the... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang participates in candlelight vigil in Seoul 
A supporter of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk participates in a candlelight vigil in front of the Seoul National University in Seoul January 9, 2006.A Seoul National University panel on Tuesday is expected to release its final report on the veracity of three major claims by Hwang's team -- developing tailored embryonic stem cells, producing the world's first cloned dog and producing the first cloned human embryos for research. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
SCIENCE KOREA
RTR17WRK 
January 09, 2006 
South Korean supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold candles behind a portrait of Hwang... 
Seoul, Korea 
Supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang participate in candlelight vigil in Seoul 
South Korean supporters of stem-cell scientist Hwang Woo-suk hold candles behind a portrait of Hwang and a lab suit on which the supporters wrote their wishes during a candlelight vigil in front of the Seoul National University in Seoul January 9, 2006. A Seoul National University panel on Tuesday is expected to release its final report on the veracity of three major claims by Hwang's team -- developing tailored embryonic stem cells, producing the world's first cloned dog and producing the first cloned human embryos for research. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
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