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Science  25 Mar 2016:
Vol. 351, Issue 6280, pp. 1372-1374
DOI: 10.1126/science.351.6280.1372

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In science news around the world, SeaWorld announces that it will no longer breed orcas, China releases its first set of guidelines for the treatment of laboratory animals, a German mortician contracts Lassa fever in the first clear case of the disease's transmission outside of Africa, philanthropist Paul G. Allen launches a new bioscience research initiative, the U.S. National Science Foundation announces that it has indefinitely suspended a program to support museum biological collections, and more. Also corporate executive and leukemia survivor Greg Simon has been tapped to head Vice President Joe Biden's $1 billion "moonshot" to cure cancer. And Egypt's antiquities minister confirms that high-resolution radar scans of the walls of King Tutankhamun's tomb, taken last fall, have identified two hidden chambers.