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Scientists across the globe have put out a call to help two AIDS researchers being held prisoner in Iran. Accused of forming a “velvet revolution” and charged with “communicating with an enemy government,” the researchers were reportedly exchanging scientific information with colleagues—a crucial scientific practice—in order to successfully implement public health measures in Iran to…

This week, our regularly scheduled “Science Saturday” feature has become “Science Monday” due to some technical difficulties during our most recent upgrade. But the video is now up and features some of our very own bloggers, Janet (AKA Dr. Freeride) from Adventures in Ethics and Science, and Peter Lipson (AKA Dr. Pal) who contributes to…