An example of bias in Science

An Example which illustrates bias amongst Scientists and Science Magazines:
The example at the link below demonstrates that they are areas other than ID vs
Evolution where very clear personal bias (possibly religious) affects the approach and
actions of Scientists and even the editors of leading science magazines.
In this case a scientists desire to seek funding for embryonic stem cell research has
lead him to falsely accuse and deliberately lie about a fellow scientist specialising in
Adult stem cell research. The magazine then reported these accusations without
allowing any reasonable right of reply to the accused and slandered scientist.
Note: Embryonic Stem Cell research has serious ethical considerations whereas Adult
Stem cell research and utilisation has no ethical dilemmas. Griffith University in
Brisbane has just received a $22 million grant from the government to continue its
ground breaking efforts in the area of Adult Stem Cell research.