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Science  01 Jun 2018:
Vol. 360, Issue 6392, pp. 944-946
DOI: 10.1126/science.360.6392.944

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In science news around the world, Congress approves a "right to try" bill giving patients with life-threatening illnesses a new means to obtain experimental treatments, a measure that President Donald Trump is expected to sign. A Swedish court blocks plans for a controversial new headquarters building for the Nobel Foundation on central Stockholm's waterfront, saying the design would harm the waterfront's historic character. NASA's Curiosity rover is once again sampling rocks after engineers found a new way to use a drill on its robotic arm that stopped operating properly in late 2016. The world's most sensitive dark matter detector fails to snare its quarry during a year of observations. A new package of instruments arrives at the International Space Station to help scientists study record-low temperatures and look for novel quantum effects. Taiwan launches a new ocean-going research vessel to replace one that sank in a 2014 accident.