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Science  11 Aug 2017:
Vol. 357, Issue 6351, pp. 532-534
DOI: 10.1126/science.357.6351.532

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In science news around the world, the next target for Pluto-observing spacecraft New Horizons might be two objects rather than just one, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sends a letter warning of regulatory violations to the fertility specialist who created the first baby using controversial mitochondrial replacement therapy, Berlin scientists learn that sick squirrels in the city have a new form of poxvirus, Italy and France both make some vaccines mandatory for school-age children, and more. Also, a Chinese biologist whose team last week retracted a high-profile paper on a gene-editing technology defends his work. And Science talks with a researcher from Google’s artificial intelligence project Magenta about the past, present, and future of computer creativity.