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Science  31 Mar 2017:
Vol. 355, Issue 6332, pp. 1354-1356
DOI: 10.1126/science.355.6332.1354

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In science news around the world, Brazil receives millions of doses of yellow fever vaccine from the World Health Organization to help battle an outbreak of the disease, Canada’s research community faces an ongoing budget freeze, drug giants Regeneron and GlaxoSmithKline team up with UK Biobank to sequence the exomes of 500,000 volunteers, a long-delayed Indian neutrino lab is dealt another blow, measles outbreaks surge in Italy and Romania in part because of inadequate vaccination, and more. Also, President Donald Trump’s administration begins as promised to dismantle the previous administration’s efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions. And the first new version in decades of the International Cloud Atlas, a product of the World Meteorological Association, includes newly described cloud formations as well as human-mediated clouds such as contrails.