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Office of Science and Technology Policy has so far played little role.
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Public rejection might just be part of the journey to knowledge's acceptance.
Patients can plead their case for damages even in the absence of scientific evidence, European Court of Justice rules
Feeding high-quality evidence into policy making remains difficult, but is essential for improving public interventions.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has given notice to dozens of scientists that they will not be renewed in their roles in advising the agency.
With algorithms in hand, scientists are looking to make elections in the United States more representative.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, praised for health reforms in his own country, takes the helm at a critical time.
A documentary in which the disgraced former doctor Andrew Wakefield alleges that a link between vaccines and autism has been covered up by the US government is to be shown at the Cannes film festival.
Some of the world’s largest research funders and NGOs today agreed to adopt the WHO's strong standards on clinical trial transparency.
Government may delay decision pending court decisions.
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Scientific community calls on voters not to support the candidate of the National Front
Our culture’s understanding of science is very, very broken, and on Saturday, it was impossible to ignore.
Critics of two reports by the academies have cited potential disclosure problems among study panelists. Now, an official says, the idea of a policy review "has just gained more and more traction."