Deep-sea octopus broods eggs for more than four years.
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Although the virus is exerting a heavy toll in West Africa, it does not spread easily.
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Model based on Moon's craters could help to establish when life emerged.
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As the United States destroys its old dams, species are streaming back into the unfettered rivers.
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DNA circulating in the bloodstream could guide cancer treatment — if researchers can work out how best to use it.
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Welcome steps have been made in uncovering a biological basis for schizophrenia, but for many, the question of ‘why’ is unimportant, says David Adam.
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The week in science: Scripps president resigns; record-breaking drive on Mars; and Poland creates a space agency.
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Thomson Reuters vows to be clearer about how science's most misused metric is calculated.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.15642
Sensors in borehole at New Zealand seismic fault will peek under the surface of impending rupture.
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Mycoplasma infestations are widespread and costing laboratories millions of dollars in lost research.
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US drug regulator weighs up merits of disclosing preliminary results.
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Logistics and lack of funds keep experimental drugs and vaccines from being used in Africa outbreak.
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Experts call for a stronger safety culture at secure sites after incidents involving anthrax and flu in a US laboratory.
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Study finds problems with alluringly simple way to tease out evolutionary relationships through microRNA.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.15625
Animals might have survived if impact happened a few million years earlier or later.
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