Molecular signatures hint at who will benefit from next-generation cancer drugs.
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The week in science: Money woes for wave-power firm, ITER gets new leader and Turkish astrophysicist heads to jail.
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When a handful of authors were caught reviewing their own papers, it exposed weaknesses in modern publishing systems. Editors are trying to plug the holes.
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But challenges remain for United Nations meeting in run-up to a new 2015 emissions treaty.
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A political impasse and a mounting pile of debts pose a threat to research in Europe.
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The Public Library of Science’s open-data mandate has prompted scientists to share more data online, but not everyone is complying with the regulations.
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Problems with data management challenge US effort to monitor seas in real time.
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Robotic limb advances are attracting serious attention from the FDA.
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Gut bacteria and strong gastric juices show how the birds can live on decaying flesh.
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NASA has 35 kilograms of plutonium-238 to power its deep-space missions — but that will not get it very far.
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Rules aim to curb risks from increased traffic in Arctic and Antarctica.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.16402
As numbers of published articles rise, the scholarly review system must adapt to avoid unmanageable burdens and slipping standards, says Martijn Arns.
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US agencies propose expanded reporting of drug-test data.
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Local government’s closure of gift shop could doom Charles Darwin Foundation.
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Reprogrammed human and mouse cells offer way to identify new painkilling drugs.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.16401
Director Jeremy Farrar on new plans to support more young scientists and ambitious projects, large and small.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.16394