Superbugs are back in the crosshairs
Opponents fear the research could trigger a lethal outbreak.
Add it to the collection of deadly things that've turned up in government labs this summer.
After a summer of biohazards, policymakers ask scientists to search their freezers
For example, why is the CDC planning to grow the virus instead of destroying it?
Only two labs in the world are allowed to store samples of smallpox—the CDC in Atlanta, and an institute in...
Rules from two U.S. federal agencies, the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration, have created a...
The government shutdown is harming important scientific work in many ways, a Nature editorial this week reminds us.
"If this stoppage is protracted, the start of the BRAIN project in 2014 will definitely be at risk."
The National Institutes of Health is funding nine projects in the hopes that they can find new uses for pharmaceuticals...
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