Residents of an Alabama town are saying the EPA doesn’t care about black people.

Members of the majority-black neighborhood of Uniontown submitted a civil right rights grievance in 2013 over a nearby land fill. The Epa simply tossed it out. The huge Arrowhead... Read more »

European ban on stem-cell patents has a silver lining

Scientist can work without worry of action over patent violation. Embryonic stem cells: contrary to principles and public law? D. Scharf/Science Faction/Corbis To hear European stem-cell scientists talk recently,... Read more »

Big surprise: Oil and coal win again in the Trump administration.

Today in the present administration catering nonrenewable fuel source business: more EPA rollbacks simply as e-mails expose that oil interests lagged the shrinking of Bears Ears. The Epa on... Read more »

Fetal gene screening comes to market

Non-invasive treatment might make prenatal screening simpler, however it features ethical issues. Till recently, inspecting a fetus’s DNA for signs of hereditary problems implied taking advantage of the mom’s... Read more »

Hear ye, hear ye, the Washington state carbon tax is dead. (Again.)

On the very first of March, in the year of our Lord 2 thousand and eighteen, the Evergreen State’s suggested carbon tax passed from this earth. Its unfortunate end... Read more »

Max Planck Society opens South American outpost

Partner institute in Buenos Aires will concentrate on neuroscience and drug advancement. Limit Planck Society’s very first station in South America has actually opened in Buenos Aires. Ministry of... Read more »

Rice seed yields blood protein

Human serum albumin from transgenic rice could ease shortages of donated blood. Transgenic rice plants yielded large amounts of a human blood protein in their seeds.P. DUMAS/EURELIOS/SPL One can’t... Read more »

On Thin Ice | Livescience.Tech

At the end of October, in the thick of the #MeToo movement, I received a message written by five women. They were reaching out, as so many others were,... Read more »

Ocean array alters view of Atlantic ‘conveyor belt’ | Science

  Oceanographers have actually put a stethoscope on the surging circulatory system of the Atlantic Ocean, and they have actually discovered a skittish pulse that’s remarkably strong in the... Read more »