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Senate, House Propose Funding Boosts for US Science Agencies

By Sukanya Charuchandra | June 17, 2018

NASA, NSF, and NIH are expected to receive higher financial backing for the 2019 fiscal year, going above and beyond the President’s proposed budget.  

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USGS scientists need approval from a political appointee before they can present research at two big geological conferences.

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Todd Heatherton had groped students, according to allegations, and was facing termination.

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image: Pressure Mounts for EPA’s Scott Pruitt to Quit

Pressure Mounts for EPA’s Scott Pruitt to Quit

By Catherine Offord | June 14, 2018

Republicans and conservative media outlets are turning on the agency administrator as allegations of ethical misconduct and excessive spending pile up.

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US State Department Names New Science Envoys

By Shawna Williams | June 13, 2018

The five high-profile scientists are charged with helping strengthen international cooperation.

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image: Prominent Salk Institute Scientist Inder Verma Resigns

Prominent Salk Institute Scientist Inder Verma Resigns

By Sukanya Charuchandra | June 12, 2018

His decision came as an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him was ongoing.  

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A report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine found that despite increased attention on inappropriate behavior, efforts to reduce misconduct have not worked.

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image: CRISPR Efficiency Tied to Cancer-Causing Process

CRISPR Efficiency Tied to Cancer-Causing Process

By Kerry Grens | June 11, 2018

Two studies find the genome-editing technique works best when cells have a faulty DNA-damage response that’s frequently present in cancers.  

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The company’s announcement comes weeks after enrollment was suspended.

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The plan would also allow non-EU countries to pay to participate in EU research programs, albeit without wielding “decisional power.”

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