What Obama Leaves Behind | GenomeWeb

President Obama will leave office in less than six months, so Nature News has set out to explore what kind of legacy he leaves behind for such issues as climate change, biomedicine, scientific integrity, space research, and more.

Early in his administration, Obama overturned restrictions on research using embryonic stem cells and later launched initiatives to map the brain and cure cancer.

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