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Fall served in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Barack Obama.

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A pilot program announced last month will consider combining announced and surprise inspections.

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image: Lizards’ Green Blood Evolved Four Times

Lizards’ Green Blood Evolved Four Times

By Kerry Grens | May 16, 2018

The uncommon hue is present in skinks that aren’t closely related, but the advantage of the odd trait remains anyone’s guess.  

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A study of 686 fish and invertebrates predicts that some animals will have to shift more than 1,000 kilometers to stay within tolerable temperatures.

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As the virus spreads in Democratic Republic of Congo, the World Health Organization is preparing to immunize people as soon as this week.

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The Atlantic has been free of intense air-gun blasts to probe for oil and gas for 30 years, and researchers fear for endangered North Atlantic right whales and other animals.

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Head of Global Health Security Ousted from White House

By Shawna Williams | May 10, 2018

The position was eliminated the same week a new Ebola outbreak was declared in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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The drug company had an agreement with Essential Consultants, run by the president’s former attorney Michael Cohen.

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image: CDC Director Takes a $165,300 Pay Cut

CDC Director Takes a $165,300 Pay Cut

By Diana Kwon | May 9, 2018

Robert Redfield’s record-setting salary was nearly double that of his predecessors.

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image: Image of the Day: Hold My Brood

Image of the Day: Hold My Brood

By The Scientist Staff | May 9, 2018

Cuckoo catfish trick cichlids into caring for their eggs in a strategy known as brood parasitism.

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