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ITER, the international fusion reactor project in France, is reeling from an assessment that found serious problems with the project's leadership, management, and governance.
Proposed new rules would make it more difficult to use patients' data without their consent.
Draft regulations for allowing controversial assisted reproduction technique are open for public comment until May
Long thought to be a European “bog body,” the woman met a violent end in South America
Stefania Giannini assumes post amid declining budgets and pessimism about Italian research
A new European Space Agency mission will look for habitable rocky planets around other stars
The world's oldest scientific publisher will launch an open-access journal later this year
Higher education funding program also in limbo
European Commission entitled to approve Pioneer's maize 1507 after states fail to reach a formal majority
Quotas on migrants may affect researchers' recruitment and science deals with the European Union
Anti-GM crusader says pesticides are more toxic than thought; critics say study is flawed
Government will "encourage" reductions in animal use but won't set limits
Scientist will consider new strategy for the European particle physics labs' long-term future
DNA of different communities evolved in a similar way to deadly epidemic
Panel may come up with follow-up for the Millennium Development Goals
Vicente Soriano failed to get approval and misled patients about ethical clearance, court says
European Commission seeks fine of €4.5 million per month for failing to implement E.U. directive
Proposal would cut 2030 carbon emissions by 40% and scrap national renewables targets
Europe’s comet mission successfully reactivates after 2.5-year sleep and gets ready for its close encounter
On Monday, mission controllers will revive Rosetta for the most important part of its mission
Questions surround future of Barcelona research after Juan Carlos Izpisúa Belmonte's departure
British medical charities urge patients not to opt out of new central database
Activists post photos, addresses, and phone numbers of scientists on the streets of Milan
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