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European Patent Office revokes patent on gene-editing technology.
Here’s what they came up with: a radical proposal would let researchers decide what constitutes significance.
Unearthed letters suggest award committee favored promise and youth over star power.
A small group of researchers is studying how science could destroy the world - and how to stop that from happening.
But final deal on a 2018 budget could bring substantial spending increases.
Elizabeth Blackburn cuts short her tenure at Salk amid gender discrimination lawsuits, which have also led Inder Verma to take leave of absence from editor-in-chief of PNAS
Tuition tax out, but orphan drug credit reduced.
Agency will no longer set a 10-year cutoff for eligibility.
Having children can offer unique career benefits, this scientist writes.
Survey examines attitudes of U.S. researchers.
Larger political deal achieves a long-standing goal of scientific community, but hard tasks lie ahead.
Short-term visits are nixed for now, as Trump administration policies cool off U.S.-Cuba science relations
When Dutch researchers developed an open-source algorithm designed to flag statistical errors in psychology papers, it received mixed reaction from the research community.
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European Commission renews glyphosate license despite debate on cancer risk.
After promising a major new investment in science last year, the U.K. government is planning another significant increase in spending.
London’s loss, as a result of Brexit vote, is lamented by U.K. researchers
More members of Congress ask agency why program lapsed.
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Unusual experiment reveals that news stories can boost national policy discussion on social media.