Sediments downstream from Rome reveal health risks of empire’s plumbing
Annette Schavan says court ruling is final step in plagiarism case
An unpublished report concludes that increased activity in a nearby oil field may have played a role in a pair of deadly earthquakes that struck Italy in 2012.
Scientists in Spain are trying to revive the Pyrenean ibex by cloning cells from the last living animal, which died in 2000.
European Commission must consider turning petitioners' plea into E.U. law
Stronger links sought with Oxford and Cambridge to draw in venture capital and big pharma
On the fifth anniversary of the L'Aquila earthquake, a geologist describes how Italian science is addressing future risks and dealing with a wary public
Geneviève Fioraso is out, but she may be back in next week
New legislation requires disclosure of results within a year
The genome sequence of an ancient modern human man from Siberia helps show when early Homo sapiens and Neandertals interbred.
Scientists hope that womb transplants can give women with a dysfunctional or missing uterus the option of bearing their own children, but the procedure is fraught with unique challenges and ethical dilemmas.
European Commission plans to revamp regulations in bid to bolster the organic sector
Medium-sized observatory is struggling to find new role in the era of giant telescopes
Geologists think they know where the famed Irish rock came from
U.K. government advisers warn that European agriculture risks falling behind the rest of the world because of inappropriate E.U. regulation
Ukraine's parliament is considering legislation that would transform the nation's science and higher education system.
National Science Foundation will provide ERC-like grants this year
Medical scientists say data protection overhaul would hamper research
Award money will pay for small museum to honor discoverer of nucleic acids
European neutron source, Africa's super telescope, and exoplanet mission receive a total of £300 million
Early in April, Europe will launch the first satellite in its Copernicus program: a fleet of a dozen environmental monitoring spacecraft designed to study Earth's oceans, changes in land use, and atmosphere.
At least four more years of pain in Spain
Proposed new rules would make it more difficult to use patients' data without their consent.
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.
Draft regulations for allowing controversial assisted reproduction technique are open for public comment until May
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