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Science  02 Aug 2019:
Vol. 365, Issue 6452, pp. 412-413
DOI: 10.1126/science.365.6452.412

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In science news around the world, paleontological sites in Utah's Bears Ears National Monument will receive less protection than those at other U.S. monuments under a final management plan released by President Donald Trump's administration. India's tiger population has doubled since 2006. A private company in China becomes its first to successfully launch a space mission, shooting a rocket carrying two satellites into orbit. Only 12% of top medical journals publicly disclose their editors' financial ties, although 50% of editors at such journals in the United States received payments from industry, a study reports. U.S. scientists who challenged a mandate to register their basic studies of the human brain and behavior in the ClinicalTrials.gov federal database win a deadline extension to September 2021. The United Kingdom quietly scraps a controversial plan to charge healthy people to sequence their entire genome if they shared results for medical research.

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