Iran's Presidential Election: How Much Change Can It Bring?

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After eight years of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's clerical leaders have tried minimize controversy in tomorrow's presidential election.  But political opposition may rise to the surface, with possible consequences for nuclear development and relations with the US and the rest of the world. Also, the Supreme Court rules that isolated genes can't be patented, and cybersecurity becomes an issue in medicine.

Banner image: A supporter carries a campaign poster for Iranian presidential candidate Hassan Rouhani on the streets of Tehran June 12, 2013. Photo: Mehdi Ghassemi/Reuters/ISNA