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NIH sets out actions on racism, harassment and animal research


National Institutes of Health seeks to tackle myriad social and ethical problems in biomedical research

The National Institutes of Health has set out its recent and planned changes to end sexual harassment and racism in biomedical research, and to improve the rigour and transparency of research involving animals.

In an editorial in the journal Cell, published on 10 June, NIH leaders set out the federal agency’s plans to eliminate racism from biomedical science. The plans cover the NIH, its grantee institutions and work that the agency funds.

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