Kepler-452b revolves around a sun much like our own.
July 22, 2015|
The US Department of Health and Human Services will put nearly $20 million toward the development of an Ebola drug as Tekmira steps out of the space.
July 22, 2015|
June 5, 2015|
The Defense Department reports that live samples of the deadly bacterium may have been accidentally shipped to more than 50 labs in the U.S. and abroad.
March 25, 2015|
In the wake of numerous safety breaches at the federal agency, a new report finds US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention oversight “inconsistent and insufficient at multiple levels.”
February 6, 2015|
US Food and Drug Administration commissioner Margaret Hamburg is stepping down after six years on the job.
January 2, 2015|
In the wake of numerous biosafety breaches, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looks to hire a chief of laboratory safety.
December 10, 2014|
Members of an American Society for Cell Biology panel urge their colleagues to consider science advocacy.
November 5, 2014|
With an infusion of public and private resources and accelerated regulatory processes, a handful of companies are racing to develop a vaccine to curb the Ebola epidemic.
September 25, 2014|
The US government releases its policy on so-called dual-use research involving dangerous pathogens that could be used for biological terrorist attacks.
April 14, 2014|
How to successfully inform policy when scientific evidence is not plainly evident.
January 14, 2014|
Another personal genomics company faces government pressure—this time from the Federal Trade Commission.