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In this week's Science, researchers from the University of Copenhagen, Stanford University, and the University of Washington discuss how genetic monitoring can be used by public agencies to implement environmental policies. Environmental DNA (eDNA) monitoring, they argue, is more sensitive and cost-effective than conventional techniques for, among other activities, locating and quantifying species of concern, identifying emerging plant pathogens, and characterizing soil communities.

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Even with all the current enthusiasm for gene therapies, Tech Review cautions that they are mostly in the early stages of development.

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Researchers discuss the need for antibody standards at a meeting, NPR reports.