New York, New York - The former chief executive officer and former managing director of a U.S. broker-dealer (the Broker-Dealer), pleaded guilty to bribery charges arising from their scheme to pay bribes to Maria De Los Angeles Gonzalez De Hernandez, who was a senior official in Venezuela’s state economic development bank, Banco de Desarrollo Económico y Social de Venezuela (Bandes), in return for trading business that generated more than $60 million in commissions. 

Baltimore, Maryland - Nearly half of all children in the United States are exposed to at least one social or family experience that can lead to traumatic stress and impact their healthy development  - be it having their parents divorce, a parent die or living with someone who abuses alcohol or drugs - increasing the risk of negative long-term health consequences or of falling behind in school, suggests new research led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Melbourne, Australia - With the number of global cancer cases expected to increase by more than 50 percent by 2030, researchers around the globe have collaborated to create a new tool for global leaders to determine what actions they must take to better control cancer.

San Antonio, Texas - The World Stem Cell Summit, in San Antonio, unites and educates the global stem cell community. With more than 1,200 attendees from more than 40 countries, the annual World Stem Cell Summit’s interdisciplinary agenda explores disease updates, research directions, cell standardization, regulatory pathways, reimbursements, financing, venture capital and economic development.

Sacramento, California - Registration is now open for the 30th annual Nature Bowl, an elementary school activity-based competition held in the spring.

Washington, DC - Joint Statement Issued by Partners at the Counter-ISIL Coalition Ministerial Meeting: