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Getting behind the debate over lab-grown meat

"We built a lab with glass walls. That was on purpose," Ryan Bethencourt, program director for the biotech accelerator IndieBio, told me as we sat in the company's wide open basement workspace in the South of Market district of San Francisco.

Central European University faces further year of ‘legal limbo’

The threatened Central European University may face a further year of uncertainty over its future in Hungary, after the government extended the compliance deadline for its higher education act to 2019.

Trump allies worry that losing the House means impeachment

Top White House aides, lawmakers, donors and political consultants are privately asking whether President Donald Trump realizes that losing the House next year could put his presidency in peril.

Carbon pricing is becoming the norm for big companies

The number of companies using internal carbon pricing to assess and control the carbon impact of their operations has jumped eightfold in the last four years, according to new research from CDP, driven by the rollout of carbon trading schemes in states and countries around the world.