What is the place of a profit motive in the production of knowledge at public universities?

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Fortunately, the new outbreak is happening in the DRC, a country well versed in fighting the dreaded virus

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This tri-school event hosted by the Johns Hopkins schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health celebrates 50 years of JHU collaboration with the Fogarty International Center. Keynote by Roger Glass, director of the Fogarty International Center. Participants also include our Nancy Kass. April 16, 2:30-5:30pm. Livestreaming will be available

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The branch of the National Institutes of Health that studies alcohol abuse has not funded any new research by outside scientists specifically on the effects of alcohol advertising since its current director took over in 2014, according to a STAT analysis of grants

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The National Institutes of Health will examine whether health officials violated federal policy against soliciting donations when they met with alcohol companies to discuss funding a study of the benefits of moderate drinking, Dr. Francis Collins, the institutes’ director, said on Tuesday

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The Editors of Nature write: Tracking societal impacts encourages academics to pursue them

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The National Institutes of Health has lifted a ban on “gain-of-function” research on Tuesday—the kind of research that requires genetically modifying viruses to make them more deadly or more contagious

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The National Institutes of Health will again fund research that makes viruses more dangerous

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