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The Amur tiger may have bounced back from the brink of extinction (there are now 500 in the wild and 421 in captivity, up from the 1940s low of 20 to 30) but a new study in Molecular Ecology says that their genetic diversity is the lowest ever measured for wild tigers, says the BBC. Further compounding the problem is that there are two populations of the wild tiger that do not intermingle as they are geographically separated.

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The UK and the European Union have come to a sticking point in the negotiation of how the UK might remain involved in the Horizon Europe research program, the Guardian reports.

The New York Times reports that experts pushed during a meeting of an FDA advisory board for the agency to require more safety data from SARS-CoV-2 vaccine trials.

The Washington Post reports Moderna expects that it will have enough data on its candidate SARS-CoV-2 vaccine to submit to regulatory authorities by mid-November.

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