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Publishers collaborate to remove journal articles from ResearchGate

ResearchGate may have to remove millions of articles from their website as five publishers have created a coalition for forcing ResearchGate remove their articles from the scientific social site. T...


Genetically Engineered Salmon : Are you up for dinner?

Genetically engineered salmon has reached the dinner table, as AquaBounty Technologies, a Massachusetts company has successfully developed and commercialized a genetic variant of salmon fish, Salmo...


Gut bacteria can stop cancer drugs from working

In the quest for personalized therapies, most research has focused on how an individual’s genome controls their body’s responses to drugs. However, there is increasing evidence that a person’s uniq...


Scientists relieved by Emmanuel Macron’s French election victory

French scientists say they’re relieved and happy that their country’s next president will be Emmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old former civil servant and economy minister who swept to victory in electio...


Science wins reprieve in US budget deal

Funding for US science agencies will stay flat or even increase over the next several months, under a US$1-trillion spending deal announced on 30 April. The plan devised by Congress, which covers t...


South Korea’s scientists seek change amid political chaos

When South Korea’s Constitutional Court removed scandal-ridden President Park Geun-Hye from office on 10 March, citizens rejoiced in the streets — and many scientists breathed a sigh of relief. Her...


The Snippet – What Trump’s new travel ban means for science?

US President Donald Trump has signed a revised version of his controversial travel ban. The policy, issued on 6 March, exempts citizens of Iraq and people who were issued US visas before 27 January...


Mexico’s Human-Embryo Research on Tenterhooks

Fabián Díaz achieved a milestone last year when he derived the first human embryonic stem-cell line from cells of Mexican origin. Biologists across Mexico now use the stem cells, which Díaz — a res...


Donald Trump’s US election win stuns scientists

Republican businessman and reality-television star Donald Trump will be the United States’ next president. Although science played only a bit part in this year’s dramatic, hard-fought campaign, man...


Do we need to revise human genetics?

The normal human genome contains about 54 mutations that might sicken or even kill their bearer, but they don't. Recently, medical genetics has been evolving, as the fast pace of genomic research h...


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ASCO Conference 2022
ASCO Conference 2022

The American Society of Clinical Oncology is a platform that provides a global connection to researchers, pharma companies, and healthcare professions standing against cancer, finding a cure for it.