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A Stop on Cooperating

John Holdren, the US presidential science advisor, hosted a dinner and meetings between US and Chinese science officials, a move that the Government Accountability Office now says violated a ban on certain kinds of collaborative research between the two countries, reports Nature News' Eugenie Samuel Reich.

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