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Science  24 Jun 2016:
Vol. 352, Issue 6293, pp. 1498-1499
DOI: 10.1126/science.352.6293.1498

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In science news around the world, an independent review of the National Ignition Facility finds that the lab may never reach its titular goal, Australian scientists report that climate change has apparently claimed its first mammal, researchers propose the first trial of the gene-editing tool CRISPR on the human genome, the World Health Organization says that lower doses of yellow fever vaccine can be used in an emergency, and more. Also, environmental DNA holds promise as a new conservation tool for a rare cave salamander in Slovenia. And a new art installation at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, may be the most detailed piece of brain art ever made.