Clashing visions for the March for Science are muddying the event’s message, biomedical funding cuts do not put America first, and a rule restricting research on human embryos needs a revamp.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Scientists recognize women’s contributions, ‘autism’ can be a strike against a person awaiting organ transplant, and stunning science snapshots show cells, squid and sections of the brain.
British scientists anxiously await their country’s departure from the European Union, President Trump’s views on vaccines may fuel a dangerous movement, and an ethicist helps keep gene-editing research in line.
U.S. scientists stranded by new immigration rules get a hand from their peers, the National Institutes of Health is spending millions this year on a critical genomics tool, and more than half of U.S. scientists were born abroad.