The week in science: 16–22 June 2017.
Donald Trump’s proposed cuts to ShakeAlert puts the west coast at risk.
Now that the major players have agreed to the giant European Open Science Cloud, it’s time to get the project moving.
Future generations will fear, rather than fend for, the global environment.
It is more important to understand the electorate than to make predictions about the outcome of elections, says Jane Green.
The party of France’s recently elected president won an absolute majority in its first general elections, with an agenda that included strong support for research.
DNA of 234-year-old tree has few mutations, giving weight to idea that plants protect their stem cells.
Human fetuses have an immune system that acts differently from the adult version.
Brazil and neighbouring nations need a transparent and integrated energy assessment centred on evidence.
If we can stomach it, a ‘renegotiation’ of the Paris Agreement could help us all, says Elliot Diringer.