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Labs in Texas Batten Down the Hatches

By and | August 25, 2017

As Hurricane Harvey approaches land, researchers wait to see if their preparations will protect their experiments.

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Opinion: Preparing for Potential Disasters

By | January 25, 2017

How to increase the resiliency of biotechnology organizations in the face of emergency risks

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Opinion: Share Data for All Diseases

By | April 28, 2016

Along with his recent $250 million donation to cancer research, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sean Parker emphasized the importance of data sharing.

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image: UN Calls for $600M in Aid to Stop Ebola

UN Calls for $600M in Aid to Stop Ebola

By | September 4, 2014

The United Nations and medical organizations request additional international action on Ebola as the pace of the ongoing epidemic accelerates.

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Pot Not Linked to Poor Health

By | September 24, 2013

Marijuana use does not correlate with negative health outcomes or hospitalizations, a study has found.

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Disaster-centric Journal Launched

By | March 29, 2012

The open-access Public Library of Science has launched a new journal to publish and disseminate scientific information quickly in the wake of disaster.

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