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Science  19 May 2017:
Vol. 356, Issue 6339, pp. 668-669
DOI: 10.1126/science.356.6339.668

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In science news around the world, Ebola resurfaces in a remote part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, India's top biotechnology regulator declares a transgenic mustard plant "safe for consumption," and a Republican push to kill an Obama-era rule restricting methane emissions from the oil and gas industry fails in the U.S. Senate. Also, a Chinese-born physicist who faced charges of attempting to transfer proprietary technology to China sues the Federal Bureau of Investigation, alleging racial profiling. And psychiatrist and neuroscientist Tom Insel talks about his decision to leave Google's life sciences shop Verily to launch a startup that analyzes mental health through smartphones.

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