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Science  29 Sep 2017:
Vol. 357, Issue 6358, pp. 1332-1334
DOI: 10.1126/science.357.6358.1332

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In science news around the world, Mexico recovers from another deadly quake, Australia announces plans to launch a new space agency, China delays its next lunar mission, Canada names a new science adviser, and the United Kingdom joins a huge U.S. neutrino detection project. Also, earth scientists ready for the launch of two new preprint servers, a firm co-founded by J. Craig Venter is sued for gender discrimination, and researchers around the world opt out of blind peer reviews. In other policy news, Science interviews the U.K. minister of state for science on post-Brexit collaborations with the European Union, and we report on the unusual mix of science policy positions held by Germany's far-right. Plus, sleeping jellyfish and a frog that can't hear its own mating calls.