Roundup 3/12: Go Fish Edition

Japan's predilection for marine delicacies underlines two of today's headlines. The government formally arrested an antiwhaling protester who boarded one of the country's research whaling vessels last month. And Atlantic bluefin tuna may disappear from sushi menus as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species appears likely to ban trading of the prized fish at a meeting starting Saturday in Doha, Qatar.

The House of Representatives has passed a law to address the threat of harmful algae blooms.

Funded by the biomedical research charity Wellcome Trust, the Wellcome Trust Monitor survey examines attitudes toward medical research among adults and young people in the United Kingdom.

Enjoy the newly archived presentations from the recent ARPA-E summit.

The third of three hearings on geoengineering will commence on Thursday at the House science committee with the key witness Phil Willis, chair of the U.K. House of Commons Science and Technology committee.

A federal court today rejected claims that a mercury-containing preservative used in vaccines can cause autism.