Movement to publicly record peer-reviewing activity gains momentum.
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Factors that drove evolution of intellectual capacity also implicated in memory disorder.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17589
Three-year Tara Oceans project publishes first analyses of rich diversity of planktonic life.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17612
Radar data from Cryosat-2 probe show sudden ice loss on southern Antarctic Peninsula.
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Access lost after last year's institutional subscription fees were not paid.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17584
DNA from 35,000-year-old Siberian wolf suggests that domesticated dogs emerged thousands of years earlier than previously thought.
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Papers authored by Paolo Macchiarini misrepresented success of pioneering procedure.
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Animals suffered from adrenal and lung problems that are consistent with exposure to petroleum.
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Republicans in the House of Representatives seek to reshape research agenda.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17430
WHO outlines plans for a crisis fund in wake of Ebola; rules to curb polar pollution agreed; and newly discovered rodent is named after James Bond.
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Precision medicine cannot advance without full disclosure of how commercial genome sequencing and interpretation software works, says Mauno Vihinen.
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Revised legislation would spare universities from being penalized in the same way as unscrupulous companies.
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A wave of experiments is probing the root of quantum weirdness.
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Ministry of Justice threatens to label Dynasty Foundation a ‘foreign agent’.
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Proposed US electron–ion smasher wins endorsement from influential nuclear-science panel.
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Antibodies are the workhorses of biological experiments, but they are littering the field with false findings. A few evangelists are pushing for change.
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Bear’s microbiome shows poor evolutionary adaptation to the fibrous food.
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A protein in the blood of young mice that seemed to rejuvenate older animals may do the opposite.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17583
Advance holds potential for better opiate painkillers — but raises concerns about illicit use.
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Model predicts that the midwestern United States and Central Asia are at high risk for outbreaks of rodent-borne pathogens.
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