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englisch | 14.08.2019

Royal Society of Biolog comments on the plan to 'cement the UK as a science superpower' by shaking up immigration rules

It is not enough for the UK to be a possible destination; we must continue to be a popular one,” is at the heart of a response from the RSB to the Pri...

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englisch | 09.08.2019

Prime Minister recognises UK biosciences as “extraordinary” and calls for reform for GM regulation

In his first speech as Prime Minister, Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP described the UK Biosciences Sector as “extraordinary.” Speaking in Downing Street,...

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US-Flagge
englisch | 23.07.2019

US: Organizations Express Opposition to New Fetal Tissue Research Policy

More than 90 science, medical, and academic organizations and institutions have written to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar...

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Hochschule | 11.07.2019

ERC plans for 2020: More than €2.2 billion for Europe's excellent researchers

The ERC is today announcing its biggest ever annual injection of funding in blue-sky research. €2.2 billion will be made available in 2020 to support...

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englisch | 09.07.2019

US House House of Representatives approves Funding Boosts for Science

The U.S. House of Representatives passed its second fiscal year (FY) 2020 spending package on June 25, 2019.  The “minibus” includes the...

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englisch | 09.07.2019

US Lawmakers Introduce Legislation to Address Academic Espionage

Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) has introduced legislation (S.1879) that would require students from China, Iran, and Russia to undergo background...

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Amerikanische Flagge
englisch | 25.06.2019

Trump Directs Agencies to Cut Federal Advisory Committees - Action Could Limit Science Informed Decision-making

President Trump signed an Executive Order on June 14, 2019, directing federal agencies to terminate a large number of current federal advisory...

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englisch | 07.06.2019

"Plan S" - update

cOAlition S Releases Revised Implementation Guidance on Plan S Following Public Feedback Exercise.

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englisch | 07.05.2019

EPA Takes Next Step in Review Process for Herbicide Glyphosate, Reaffirms No Risk to Public Health

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking an important step in the agency’s review of glyphosate. As part of this action, EPA continues...

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englisch | 29.04.2019

After NIH, NSF Asked about Foreign Influence on Research

Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) has asked the National Science Foundation (NSF) about the processes in place at the agency to detect and deter foreign...

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Überflutung
englisch | 16.04.2019

USA: Scientific Societies Oppose Revised Definition of "Waters of the US"

Twelve scientific societies, including the American Institute of Biological Sciences, have submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency...

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englisch | 11.04.2019

European Research Associations Join Together to Promote Academic Freedom

Academic freedom and institutional autonomy are of fundamental importance and value to society, as highlighted in a joint statement issued today by...

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Fische auf dem MArkt
englisch | 02.04.2019

Radioactivity Largely Cleared from Fish Near Fukushima Plant

An independent study published in PLOS ONE has found that fish in the waters around Japan's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant are largely clear of...

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englisch | 19.03.2019

President Trump Proposes Large Budget Cuts for Science

The White House released the President’s Budget Request for fiscal year (FY) 2020 on March 11, 2019, proposing deep cuts to science funding for the...

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englisch | 05.03.2019

US President Recruits Climate Skeptics for Climate Panel

The White House is planning to create an ad hoc panel to reassess the government’s analysis of climate science and examine whether climate change...

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englisch | 05.03.2019

Journals Express Concerns Over European Open-Access Initiative

Publishers of high-profile journals, such as Nature and Science, have indicated that they will not be able to comply with Plan S, an open-access...

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englisch | 22.02.2019

Congress Completes FY 2019 Appropriations, President Declares Emergency

Congress has passed a bipartisan spending and border security package that includes fiscal year (FY) 2019 funding for the federal agencies that were...

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englisch | 05.02.2019

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Convenes Panel on Safeguarding U.S. Bioeconomy

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) has convened an ad hoc committee to consider strategies for safeguarding and...

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englisch | 05.02.2019

Report Details Attacks on Federal Science, Urges Congressional Oversight

A new report by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) asserts that the Trump Administration has sidelined science when making critical decisions. ...

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englisch | 28.01.2019

Royal Society of Biology speaks out against the dangers of a no-deal Brexit

The Royal Society of Biology and other sector leaders have said that they “collectively fear the destructive effects of a no-deal Brexit”, in a letter...

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