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Applied sciences and engineering/Industrial science

Blinking eye cells on a polymer chip – along with other “organs-on-chips” – offer a new way to examine the effects of drug treatments on humans, according to the panelists of a Feb. 16 news briefing at the 2018 AAAS Annual Meeting.
AAAS and the Royal Society recently brought together leaders from policy, diplomacy, trade, science, and industry on both sides of the Atlantic to explore the trends and drivers changing the shape of international trade.
The scientific process is endangered by a lawsuit seeking disclosure of a cache of emails between two University of Arizona climate scientists, says an amicus brief AAAS joined.