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Science and Environment

Shave'cha Lee, editor

   

Early one morning, a woman walks into a pharmacy in need of Plan B. Plan A, a condom, as in so many human interactions, went awry. The pharmacist, not concerned with her complications with Plan A, provides some instructions, and soon she walks out of the pharmacy with Plan B.

   

Bush council on bioethics antagonistic to human well-being

Few voices offering moral guidance in the rapidly advancing field of biotechnology are as influential as the President’s Council on Bioethics. Professing to uphold man’s well-being, the council on April 1 called for regulating the techniques and research leading to test-tube babies, including a prohibition on attempts to conceive a child by any means other than the “union of egg and sperm.” But its professed goal is belied by the council’s moral viewpoint.

 
   

Oceanic Institute team breaks shrimp records

Researchers at the Oceanic Institute, an HPU affiliate, recently broke records for shrimp production in a project funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce..

   

Bush administration 'censoring science'

On February 18, the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) released a report, Scientific Integrity in Policymaking, that detailed findings from its investigation into the Bush Administration’s misuse of scientific information. According to Kevin Knobloch, president of UCS, the Bush Administration is censoring, suppressing, and distorting science to meet its own agenda.

 
   

 

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