International Business Times – Drones have been flying over restricted US military air space, located close to the While House, on a daily basis. On an average, unauthorised drones fly over Fort McNair in Washington D.C twice a day, raising concerns about the military base's security.
In this week's Neuroscience SciPol Weekly, how Vermont tackles the opioid crisis, Fitbits detecting strokes, a study on astronauts' brains, problems with an Alzheimer's nutrient drink, and NASCAR driver Earnhardt on his book about concussions.
Nano and Other Emerging Chemical Technologies – The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has posted on October 30, 2017, a report entitled Strategies, Techniques and Sampling Protocols for Determining the Concentrations of Manufactured Nanomaterials in Air at the Workplace.
In this week's Genetics/Genomics SciPol Weekly, mail-order DIY CRISPR kits, how new genetic screening can increase chances of pregnancy, GMO apples' debut into grocery stores and a look at the 1997 film Gattaca within today's context.