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Sarina Neote
July 01, 2020
While the agency has made progress with intramural cases, it has been less successful with extramural ones.
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When relations with China worsen, science suffers
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When relations with China worsen, science suffers

June 03, 2020

Legislation introduced in Congress and a presidential proclamation aim to restrict student and research visas for Chinese graduate students.

Ex-Emory neuroscientist pleads guilty;  fired Cleveland Clinic geneticist arrested
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Ex-Emory neuroscientist pleads guilty; fired Cleveland Clinic geneticist arrested

May 20, 2020

Department of Justice continues to pursue scientists who fail to disclose ties to China’s Thousand Talents Program.

3 volunteering guidelines to heed during the coronavirus pandemic
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3 volunteering guidelines to heed during the coronavirus pandemic

May 05, 2020

A volunteering expert offers guidance on how to help at a time when you might need to keep your helping hands to yourself.

Out of my comfort zone: How I use science to influence policy
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Out of my comfort zone: How I use science to influence policy

April 30, 2020

When Amanda Koch realized that elected officials often do not make evidence-based decisions, she decided she wanted her scientific voice to be heard in politics.

Federal agencies struggle to address sexual harassment in STEM research
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Federal agencies struggle to address sexual harassment in STEM research

April 29, 2020

A Q&A with John Neumann of the General Accountability Office, whose team produced a report in March on federal funding agencies’ dealings with sexual harassment.

Air pollution could make people more vulnerable to COVID-19
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Air pollution could make people more vulnerable to COVID-19

April 26, 2020

Air pollution hits harder in communities of color. Such exposures could lead to increased risks from the new coronavirus.

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What the Supreme Court's DACA ruling means for undocumented students and the colleges and universities they attend

At least for now, hundreds of thousands of students can stay in school without facing new hardships.
What the Supreme Court's DACA ruling means for undocumented students and the colleges and universities they attend

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How is COVID-19 affecting NIH research?
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How is COVID-19 affecting NIH research?

April 22, 2020

The ASBMB hosted a webinar with NIH officials to outline how they’re helping scientists navigate pandemic-related interruptions to their research.

Podcast series documents COVID-19 experiences
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Podcast series documents COVID-19 experiences

April 15, 2020

Special series of Pipettes & Politics includes interviews with faculty members, a first responder, NIGMS leader Jon Lorsch and others.

In the rush to innovate for COVID-19 drugs, sound science is still essential
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In the rush to innovate for COVID-19 drugs, sound science is still essential

April 11, 2020

To battle the coronavirus, strong regulatory protection from the FDA is essential.

Funding agencies relax rules amid pandemic
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Funding agencies relax rules amid pandemic

April 10, 2020

A roundup of how the NIH, NSF and DOE are accommodating grant applicants and recipients during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Protecting American science and its international collaborators
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Protecting American science and its international collaborators

April 08, 2020

Lawyer and professor Frank Wu spoke about research integrity, legal cases against scientists and foreign influences on federally funded research.

Why hoarding of hydroxychloroquine needs to stop
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Why hoarding of hydroxychloroquine needs to stop

March 28, 2020

Some old antimalarial drugs are becoming harder to get in the United States, partly because President Donald Trump has touted them as a potential treatment for COVID-19.

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