Reuters – Uber Technologies Inc must promptly return stolen confidential files to Alphabet Inc's Waymo self-driving car unit, a federal judge ruled, while stopping short of shutting down the ride-services company's autonomous car program.
R&D Magazine – The National Graphene Association is an organization working to connect those in academic and research arms with entrepreneurs, investors and commercial entities looking to produce graphene-based products.
STAT – The CDC is now suggesting that women thinking of getting pregnant, and who may be exposed to the Zika virus through travel or because of where they live, should consider having their blood tested for Zika antibodies before they get pregnant.
The Washington Post – The Food and Drug Administration will fund a campaign to promote genetically modified organisms in food under a bipartisan agreement to keep the government funded through the end of September.
PRWeb – DuPont Pioneer and Vilnius University today confirmed that the United States Patent and Trademark Office granted a patent to Vilnius University for its broad claims relating to CRISPR-Cas technology.
STAT – We feared that the trip to D.C. might be nothing more than an anthropological lesson in how a country previously renowned for its scientific prowess began its decline. But we were wrong to worry — mostly.
ScienceDaily – Scientists have found evidence in human and animal studies that inhaled nanoparticles can travel from the lungs into the bloodstream, potentially explaining the link between air pollution and cardiovascular disease.