Fortune – A small autonomous bus called an Arma is running a short route along Las Vegas’ Fremont Street, marking, according to transit operator Keolis, the first time a self-driving bus has moved passengers on an American public road.
The New York Times – The consequences of the Zika outbreak will be with us for years to come. So maybe now is a good time to ask: How’d we do? Not so great, according to more than a dozen public health experts who were asked to reflect on the response.
Philly.com / The Philadelphia Inquirer – By the time 2-year-old Calliope Joy Carr was diagnosed with an incurable degenerative brain disease, two children with the same deadly ailment were being offered a tenuous lifeline.
Yahoo! Finance – Developing drugs that act on the brain isn't easy. But 2017 may be the year that companies come back around to developing drugs to treat neurological conditions, including neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
The National Law Review – The EEOC is seeking public comment on proposed enforcement guidance addressing unlawful workplace harassment under the federal anti-discrimination laws, including the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
Lexology – The Discussion Paper does not represent final guidance. Rather, the Discussion Paper is the FDA’s “synthesis of all feedback” received, which the FDA hopes will “advance public discussion on future LDT oversight.”