Food Dive – Published in Friday's Federal Register, it proposes using the term "bioengineered," providing on-pack directions for label scanning, and exempting some meats and soups from disclosure.
Science – Big laboratories are back in the crosshairs at the National Institutes of Health. NIH’s neurological institute plans to pare back the number of investigators it supports who have $1 million or more in NIH grants.
Nature – A high-profile arrest in California shows how the long arm of the law can now extend into DNA databases to check for relatives.
National Institutes of Health – On May 6, the NIH will open national enrollment for the All of Us Research Program, a momentous effort to advance individualized prevention, treatment and care for people of all backgrounds.
WRAL – There's been a lot of talk lately about self-driving cars, and the North Carolina Department of Transportation wants to make sure it's ready for an autonomous driving revolution.
STAT – The identity of one of California’s most notorious serial killers had been a mystery for decades — until this week, when law enforcement arrested a suspect using data from a genealogy website.
NPR – Bits of human brain tissue no larger than a pea are forcing scientists to think about questions as large as the nature of consciousness.
Greentech Media – A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation that would throw out Trump administration tariffs on imported solar products.
McClatchy – The day in which unmanned “ghost ships” ply the seas laden with cargo is fast approaching. But don’t expect the drone vessels to be flying a US flag.
E&E News – A disease that kills millions of pigs a year may soon meet its match — if two federal agencies can agree on the idea.