Marine predators from the Cambrian era had brains wired like some in living inverterbrates.
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A science historian describes how he reconstructed the collection of texts the naturalist used aboard the HMS Beagle .
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Pig-heart cells modified to keep a steady beat.
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Head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pledges ‘comprehensive, sweeping change’ after incidents involving influenza and anthrax.
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An expanded survey of abuse in the field points to the need for clearer policies.
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The week in science: Smallpox found in fridge; HIV-rebound dashes hope of ‘cure’; and scandal over faked peer review.
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UK government considers eight proposals for up to six research centres.
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Forum on deadly natural phenomena discusses use of simulation and hazard-mapping technologies.
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Other independent biomedical research institutions have turned to private benefactors.
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Particle-physics lab sets up fund for ‘extras’ as other big institutes mull similar move.
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Biological clock choreographs plants' daily pursuit of sunlight.
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Greg Clark, the minister for cities and local growth, will take over from the highly regarded David Willetts as universities and science minister.
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Anonymity of authors as well as reviewers could level field for women and minorities in science.
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Funding drops in real terms, but researchers hopeful things will improve.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.15542
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention responds to news of improperly handled anthrax and influenza.
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Swings in oxygen levels may be behind a mysterious billion-year hiatus in evolution.
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