Attendees search for ways to tackle misconduct and sloppy science.
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Epidemic has spread to three more Chinese provinces, but no new cases reported since 7 May.
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Mathematician claims breakthrough towards solving centuries-old problem.
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Melting ice in Greenland may have helped to shift the location of the North Pole.
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DNA casts doubt on Egyptian origin for ancient Cretans.
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Initiative will use crowdsourced data to inform global carbon modelling.
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Controlled explosions could aid monitoring of active eruptions.
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Bacterium helps to regulate metabolism in mice.
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Comparison between hominins suggests modern middle-ear bones evolved early.
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Funding goal for 2020 revised from 3% of GDP to 2%, and state share will be cut.
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Protein relieves age-related stiffening and thickening of cardiac muscle.
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Critics say clinical manual unfit for mental-health research.
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Researchers braced for budget cuts.
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Researchers harness bacteria to cripple insects that transmit disease.
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Merging the information of two photons could boost quantum-optical technologies.
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Chemical fingerprints of lunar rocks suggest both bodies already had their water at birth.
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The country's air-pollution crisis offers a lesson in the power of civil society, says Qiang Wang.
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The week in science: Somali famine death toll estimated, mental disorders redefined, and coronavirus cases on the rise.
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Yaniv Erlich shows how research participants can be identified from 'anonymous' DNA.
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Prosthetic arms are getting ever more sophisticated. Now they just need a sense of touch.
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