Scientists from low-income backgrounds face barrier to entry, but no pay discrimination.
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A week on from the vote, reassurance, rage and racism all feature.
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Global regulation of chlorine compounds is giving the atmosphere time to heal, even as volcanic eruptions interfere.
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Failure to test common research component could undermine reproducibility of results.
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Forecasters warn that high ocean temperatures presage intense blazes in rainforest.
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Panel recommends scrapping proposed changes to 'Common Rule' on human-subjects research.
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Agencies are less likely to fund studies that straddle multiple fields, a study of Australian grants finds.
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Ill workers rescued from Antarctic station; controversial surgeon Paolo Macchiarini faces manslaughter charges; and China dominates list of fastest supercomputers.
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From incubation in a bra to an afterlife under glass, how a cloned sheep attained celebrity status.
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Users urge caution in revamp of service at the heart of physics.
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Cooler, cloudier summers slow snowmelt in Himalayas
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Researchers organize to lobby for science as country prepares for life outside the EU.
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The mission will peek through the gas giant’s swirling clouds in search of a planetary core.
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Strange signals are bombarding Earth. But where are they coming from?
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Major reform of education in India should encourage original thinking to boost the nation's research, argues Anurag Chaurasia.
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Preserved feathers and tissue provide a picture of hatchlings from the Cretaceous.
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June’s sharpest science shots, selected by Nature ’s photo team.
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Pioneering techniques could settle longstanding controversy about the accuracy of previous simulations.
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Future of science uncertain after referendum result.
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Researchers respond to the UK's momentous decision to leave the EU.
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