UK Government to Boost R&D Spending
UK Government to Boost R&D Spending
The 2020 budget includes a 15 percent increase in public funding for research and development next year, but some scientists want more details on where the money will go.
UK Government to Boost R&D Spending
UK Government to Boost R&D Spending

The 2020 budget includes a 15 percent increase in public funding for research and development next year, but some scientists want more details on where the money will go.

The 2020 budget includes a 15 percent increase in public funding for research and development next year, but some scientists want more details on where the money will go.

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UCB Cuts $2.1 Billion Deal to Acquire Ra Pharma
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The move will allow the Belgium-headquartered biopharmaceutical giant to boost its work on treatments for rare diseases.
Artificial Intelligence Shakes Up Drug Discovery
Artificial Intelligence Shakes Up Drug Discovery
Bianca Nogrady | Apr 30, 2019
The pharmaceutical industry is looking to machine learning to overcome complex challenges in drug development.
Former Taiwanese National Academy Head Cleared of Corruption
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Ashley Yeager | Jan 3, 2019
Wong Chi-huey, who was the president of Academia Sinica until 2016, was found not guilty of taking bribes from a pharmaceutical company.
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First Blockchain-based Genomic Data Marketplace Launches
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Shawna Williams | Nov 5, 2018
EncrypGen will enable individuals to sell their deidentified data for research.
Call to Stop Using the Term “Mesenchymal Stem Cell”
Call to Stop Using the Term “Mesenchymal Stem Cell”
Abby Olena | Sep 26, 2018
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Opinion: A Modest Proposal to Address NIH Insanity
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Researchers React to Microsoft’s Acquisition of GitHub
Researchers React to Microsoft’s Acquisition of GitHub
Anna Azvolinsky | Jun 7, 2018
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MyHeritage Account Data Compromised in “Cybersecurity Incident”
MyHeritage Account Data Compromised in “Cybersecurity Incident”
Catherine Offord | Jun 6, 2018
A security researcher found the email addresses and encrypted passwords of more than 92 million users of the genealogy site on a private server outside the company.