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Science  17 Apr 2015:
Vol. 348, Issue 6232, pp. 264-266
DOI: 10.1126/science.348.6232.264

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In science news around the world, the World Health Organization calls for the public release of clinical trials data, Brazil approves the first commercial planting of genetically modified eucalyptus trees, a review panel convened by the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission gives Japanese research whaling a thumbs-down, and the death of monkeys at a Harvard University primate research facility prompts an investigation. Also, a thoracic surgeon who famously transplanted artificial tracheae into patients—and then faced misconduct charges—has been cleared in one of two investigations. And biomedical engineer Joshua Resnikoff discusses Labconscious, a blog he created to help scientists green their labs.