Policy/Regulations

Rush Holt, Ph.D., CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), gave an interview with R...
10:33am
4.24.2017
This Earth Day, thousands are expected to gather in Washington D.C. and in over 400 locations around the world as part of the March for Science.
10:34am
4.20.2017
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Here's a list of the initiatives that could be impacted based on the information found in the President’s plan.
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2:06pm
3.16.2017
Hundreds of scientists gathered over the weekend in protest of the Trump administration’s stance on a variety of science-related issues.
3:18pm
2.21.2017
Taking advantage of newly available scientific literature and data.
by Anna Spiewak, R&D Contributing Editor
11:49am
2.7.2017
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President Trump’s recent Executive Order to ban citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries is harmful to America’s research, development and innovation...
by Michelle Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Laboratory Equipment
2:00pm
1.31.2017
To coincide with his first week in office, Research Amer!ca has published the results of a survey examining Americans’ opinions about science, health and...
by Michelle Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Laboratory Equipment.
9:57am
1.27.2017
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Britain’s ideas for economic growth, after it exits from the European Union, are slowly coming into focus.
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10:28am
1.26.2017
A 7-inch creature with a head resembling a horse and a monkey-like tail glides gracefully out of a dark coral crevice off the Cambodian coast.
by Denis D. Gray - Associated Press
12:02pm
1.6.2017
New guidelines say most babies should start eating peanut-containing foods well before their first birthday, to lower their chances of developing the dangerous...
by Lauran Neergaard, AP Medical Writer
11:52am
1.5.2017
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A Canadian company that wants to bury waste from nuclear power plants near Lake Huron said a study of alternative sites had found none better than a location...
by John Flesher - AP Environmental Writer
9:21pm
1.3.2017
Residents concerned about pesticide use by major agriculture companies on the islands are planning a push to strengthen regulation over chemicals they fear...
by Cathy Bussewitz - Associated Press
1:02pm
1.3.2017
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Analysts predict that economic indicators will vacillate over the next several months as Trump programs like infrastructure, corporate tax-reform, banking...
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
9:57am
1.3.2017
The Philippine Food and Drug Administration has ordered the pharmaceutical giant to stop airing television and radio advertisements for its dengue vaccine in...
by The Associated Press
7:02am
1.3.2017
Blue Bell wants federal regulators to ease precautions in place since a deadly listeria outbreak and allow the company to return to more normal procedures...
by The Associated Press
4:01am
12.30.2016
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A novel drug addiction program developed in a small town and since replicated in dozens of cities nationwide was able to place almost 400 addicts into...
by Philip Marcelo, Associated Press
12:00pm
12.22.2016
Two men facing multiple murder charges stemming from a national meningitis outbreak in 2012 that killed 64 people will be tried separately, a federal judge has...
by The Associated Press
7:01pm
12.20.2016
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U.S. health officials have approved a new option for some women battling ovarian cancer.
by The Associated Press
12:01pm
12.20.2016
The Fed's discussion of future rate hikes depressed the stock market on Wednesday seeing its worst one-day drop in two months, but the market gained back most...
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
9:26am
12.19.2016
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday it's seeking nearly $5 million in fines against a unit of the Swiss chemical giant Syngenta for the...
by Audrey Mcavoy - Associated Press
7:01pm
12.15.2016
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The Associated Press and the Center for Public Integrity investigated how pharmaceutical companies are using their political clout to push a new form of...
by The Associated Press and Center for Public Integrity
5:01am
12.15.2016
Hydraulic fracturing to drill for oil and natural gas poses a risk to drinking water in some circumstances, but a lack of information precludes a definitive...
by Matthew Daly, Associated Press
1:01pm
12.13.2016
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British regulators fined the U.S. drugmaker and distributor Flynn Pharma a record amount Wednesday for increasing the cost of an epilepsy drug by as much as 2,...
by Danica Kirka, Associated Press
7:01am
12.7.2016
Congress rushes toward adjourning late this week, hoping for a final vote on legislation boosting medical research, speeding drug approvals and readying a...
by Andrew Taylor And Alan Fram, Associated Press
3:01pm
12.6.2016
The European Environment Agency says EU members "are collectively well on their way" to meeting 2020 targets on renewables, energy efficiency and greenhouse...
by The Associated Press
11:34am
12.2.2016
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A new report says the hodgepodge of warnings that a food might accidentally contain a troublesome ingredient is confusing to people with food allergies, and...
by Lauran Neergaard, AP Medical Writer
12:05pm
12.1.2016
Republicans and Democrats put finishing touches Tuesday on a $6.3 billion medical research bill as GOP leaders prepared to try pushing the measure through the...
by Alan Fram, Associated Press
11:03pm
11.29.2016
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Many in the science community fear that climate change research may be one of the first casualties of a Donald Trump presidency.
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12:29pm
11.28.2016
The U.S. Supreme Court examines whether the nation's busiest state for capital punishment is trying to put to death a convicted killer who's intellectually...
by Michael Graczyk, Associated Press
5:00am
11.28.2016
Is the U.S. economy strong enough for a possible interest rate hike, according to the Federal Reserve?
by Tim Studt, Contributing Editor
9:33am
11.21.2016
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