tenmplate for set 6This month’s roundup features many pieces on funding issues in the pharmaceutical industry, along with diet soda, bacteria, and more!

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U.S. Science Suffering From Booms And Busts In Funding, by Richard Harris and Robert Benincasa, Shots: Health News from NPR, September 9, 2014

By The Numbers: Search NIH Grant Data By Institution, by Robert Benincasa, Richard Harris, and Alyson Hurt, Shots: Health News from NPR, September 9, 2014

How Drugs Are Entering UK Water Systems Through Urine, by Andrea Sella and Lorna Stewart, BBC: News Health, September 12, 2014

Patients Vulnerable When Cash-Strapped Scientists Cut Corners, by Richard Harris, Shots: Health News from NPR, September 15, 2014

Too Few University Jobs For America’s Young Scientists, by Richard Harris, Shots: Health News from NPR, September 16, 2014

Diet Soda May Alter Our Gut Microbes And Raise The Risk Of Diabetes, by Allison Aubrey, The Salt, NPR, September 17, 2014

When Scientists Give Up, by Richard Harris, Shots: Health News from NPR, September 9, 2014

Recruiting Bacteria for Innovation, by Kristen Kusek, Wyss Institute Communications, Harvard Gazette, September 17, 2014

PMPRB Annual Report a Clear Indication that Canada Must Move on Global Competitiveness, Market Watch, September 17, 2014

Tiny Implants Could Give Humans Self-Healing Superpowers, by Elizabeth Palermo, LiveScience, September 18, 2014

Listen up, guys: You should get the HPV vaccine, too, by Spring Chenoa Cooper, Hayden Fletcher and Nial Wheate, PostEverything, The Washington Post, September 24, 2014

Discovery Opens Doors to Building Better Plants, by James Hataway, Phys.Org, September 25, 2014