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Science  29 Jun 2018:
Vol. 360, Issue 6396, pp. 1380-1382
DOI: 10.1126/science.360.6396.1380

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In science news around the world, the United Kingdom pulls the plug on plans for the world's first tidal energy lagoon, archaeologists raise alarm over unexcavated sites threatened by Arctic warming, U.S. President Donald Trump proposes a reorganization of federal agencies, and a Swiss public-private partnership withdraws funding for medicines and diagnostics in North Korea amid a growing tuberculosis crisis. Also, the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm officially finds disgraced trachea surgeon Paolo Macchiarini and some of his co-authors guilty of scientific misconduct, the life sciences journal eLife experiments with guaranteeing publication of all reviewed manuscripts, and the world says goodbye to Koko, the signing gorilla.