Top medical journals filter out poor papers but often reject future citation champions.
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Footage from German and Italian labs makes its way to television reports.
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An investigation into some scientific papers finds worrying irregularities.
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Haruko Obokata caused a sensation earlier this year with papers, now discredited, that claimed a simple method for creating stem cells.
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NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 overcomes design flaw discovered after launch.
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Scientists in West Africa are racing to determine what immunization strategies could be most effective to contain the epidemic.
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A ruling from the European Court of Justice lifts 2011 ban on patenting embryonic stem cells made from unfertilized eggs.
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Our top 10 picks of Books & Arts coverage of the year.
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Organizations seek to help patients reintegrate into society after recovering from the virus.
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Japanese researcher's renewed attempts to induce pluripotency by putting cells under stress come up empty.
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Government reveals ratings that will guide spending of £2 billion — and announces overall science strategy.
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The week in science: Activists harm Nazca lines; Large Hadron Collider heads towards reboot; and Russia promises nuclear reactors for India.
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A front-line report from Sierra Leone examines efforts to change hearts and minds in West Africa’s villages.
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The misuse of wolf research by Swedish politicians should be a warning to all biodiversity scientists, says Guillaume Chapron.
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