NIH HOSTS NONHUMAN PRIMATE WORKSHOP AMIDST INCREASED SCRUTINY OF MONKEY RESEARCH

Participants propose better ways to conduct studies, but some wanted more discussion of ethics

FIRST DEATHS OF CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS FUEL DEBATE OVER JAPAN'S HANDLING OF QUARANTINE

Outbreak expert takes down alarming YouTube video, says conditions on board the Princess Diamond have improved

 
 
 

HUMANS ARE A BIGGER SOURCE OF CLIMATE-ALTERING METHANE, NEW STUDIES SUGGEST

Global warming won't trigger cataclysmic methane releases any time soon

‘THE SPARK HAS IGNITED.' LATIN AMERICAN SCIENTISTS INTENSIFY FIGHT AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT

But gaps remain in university policies and procedures

 
 
 

DO YOU LIKE WEIRD ART? BLAME YOUR BRAIN

A new algorithm predicts preferences based on how the brain values paintings

‘A DOOR OF HELL.' WAR STORIES FROM PAST NSF LEADERS HELP AGENCY MARK 70TH BIRTHDAY

Six former directors recount how they defended an agency they love

 
 
 

EUROPE PLANS TO STRICTLY REGULATE HIGH-RISK AI TECHNOLOGY

European Commission's artificial intelligence plan also promises to pump billions into R&D

SEXUAL MISCONDUCT LEGAL BATTLE RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT MICROBE RESEARCHER'S WORK

Defamation lawsuit brings allegations and past legal problems to light

 
 
 

BODY COMPOSTING PROMISES A SUSTAINABLE WAY OF DEATH

The science behind turning your body into fertile soil

MINKE WHALES ARE STRUGGLING TO COMMUNICATE OVER THE DIN OF OCEAN NOISE

Natural and human-made sounds can interfere with their social interactions

 
 
 

“THE DISRUPTION IS ENORMOUS.” CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC SNARLS SCIENCE WORLDWIDE

Experiments lost as labs remain closed; scientific meetings canceled or postponed

ELECTRIC BACTERIA CREATE CURRENTS OUT OF THIN-AND THICK-AIR

Film of protein wires harnesses ambient moisture to make electricity

 
 
 

HOW TO DONATE A PIECE OF YOUR BRAIN TO SCIENCE-WHILE YOU'RE STILL ALIVE

Living donors are becoming key to understanding the human brain

TOP STORIES: INDONESIA'S RESEARCH TENSIONS, A SCIENCE-LIGHT BUDGET, AND A NEW TELESCOPE NETWORK

This week's top Science news

 
 
 

WATCH THE WINNER OF THIS YEAR'S ‘DANCE YOUR PH.D.' CONTEST

Top videos chosen in four categories for Science's annual dance-off

RESEARCHERS FINALLY GET ACCESS TO DATA ON FACEBOOK'S ROLE IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE

But increased privacy protection could complicate analysis of how misinformation spreads

 
 
 

QUANTUM INTERNET CLOSER AS PHYSICISTS STRETCH SPOOKY LINK BETWEEN ATOMS

Scientists entangle atoms through tens of kilometers of standard optical fiber

MAPS OF A NOW-SUBMERGED LAND HELP RECONSTRUCT THE LIVES OF ANCIENT EUROPEANS

The lost frontiers of the North Sea come into focus

 
 
 

CAUGHT IN THE ACT: OPOSSUMS POLLINATE BIZARRE PARASITIC PLANT

Study confirms decades-old hypothesis

DEADLY AIR POLLUTION IS BLOWING INTO YOUR STATE FROM A SURPRISINGLY LARGE SOURCE

Emissions from U.S. homes and businesses now kill 28,000 people a year

 
 
 



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