Injecting single cells with spheres of fluorescent dye could open new research and treatment avenues using light.
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Team that retracted its own papers finally finds elusive trigger of plant immune response.
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Jun Wang leaves post as chief executive of BGI and will pursue research in artificial intelligence.
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It’s been a big week in science — have you been paying attention?
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Data from New Horizons mission also reveal a hazy atmosphere that is growing colder and thinner.
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Potentially rocky world spotted by Kepler spacecraft offers glimpse at Earth's future.
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‘Hugging’ creature from Brazil shakes up picture of snake evolution.
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Experiment compares the way monkey and human brains respond to abstract information.
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Emergency authorization allows products linked to bee decline to be used on some farms.
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The escalating encroachment on democratic freedoms undermines the nation's claim of support for science, says Fyodor Kondrashov.
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A pledge on fishing in Arctic high seas; global inequalities on mental health; and another ethics scandal at the University of Minnesota.
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Research surrounding human spaceflight is booming.
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Cells contain an ocean of twisting and turning RNA molecules. Now researchers are working out the structures — and how important they could be.
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Europe’s new space chief Johann-Dietrich Wörner explains his lunar ambitions.
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After a string of failed trials, drugs that target protein build-up in the brain appear to slow disease progress.
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Preparing rice in a coffee machine can halve levels of the naturally occurring substance.
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Mission seeking clues to early Solar System finds a world made anew.
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Climate change is a major threat to food production, so researchers are working with farmers to make agriculture more resilient.
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Massive study seeks to succeed where others failed, but faces tight deadline and questions about strategy.
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