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Anti-animal research organization files complaint against UW’s primate research center

Organization representative worked undercover in UW animal research lab for seven months

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Controversial human gene editing could become reality, expert says

Gene editing is "slippery slope," germline therapies may one day become widespread, visiting professor says

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UW researchers lead new coronavirus study

Real-time data sharing could help expedite development of vaccines, researcher said

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It’s true — science is not a liberal conspiracy

Partisan divide in public trust of scientists reveals Republican scientific policy counteracts research, progress

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Point Counterpoint: Under President Trump, the universe is the limit

Trump administration's commitment to Space Force, expansion of space exploration will establish US as international leader

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Democrats will take us onward and upward into space

Democratic politicians' history of innovation in space exploration stands as stark contrast to Trump administration's lack of commitment to science

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Stemming from a young age: Girls need role models in STEM fields

UW professor Ahna Skop was selected to be ambassador for AAAS, will likely be strong role model for women in STEM fields

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With scientific innovation comes need for caution

New uses of CRISPR are exciting, but expansion to home kits may prove risky

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UW biotechnologists fight antibiotic resistance with “broken scissors”

Researcher says CRISPR gene editing techniques may fix antibiotic resistance issues

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Wisconsin Science Festival encourages bridging of arts, sciences

In panel combining science, arts representatives, making science more appealing through arts became central idea

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