Gains from two-year fund-raising frenzy will aid the early detection of tumours.
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Sequencing data point to longstanding conflict between the chromosomes that determine sex.
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The father of graphene talks to Nature about 2D materials, George Osborne, and the business of science.
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A simple, fast kit for Ebola diagnosis was approved four months ago, but has yet to make it to the field.
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Mechanisms to help researchers to balance work and home lives have made a positive difference to the gender balance at my institute, says Douglas Hilton.
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New Horizons nears dwarf planet whose full orbit has never been mapped.
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Nature ’s weekly audio round-up.
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Results shore up the importance of cancer-associated Ras proteins in ageing.
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Wheat modified to send out insect pheromones does not repel aphids.
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Nature explores the impact of the first US court decision over how employers use genetic information.
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Spending bill would also require religious experts to review recommendations for reproductive technique.
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High seas to receive legal protection; US national-security lab appoints first woman head; and Europe’s Earth-observation satellite launches.
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As researchers work out how oxytocin affects the brain, the hormone is shedding its reputation as a simple cuddle chemical.
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Industry-funding controversies highlight lack of standards among field’s journals.
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Climatologists propose different approach to detect human role in extreme events.
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Nature ’s reporters and editors chat about science in the news.
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Corals may glow yellow, orange and red to improve light conditions for algae.
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Verdict hailed as setting precedent for legal action to force greenhouse-gas emission cuts.
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Sexist comments made by my former boss Tim Hunt are not an indication that he is biased against women, argues Alessia Errico.
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As white-nose syndrome spreads, researchers are trialling ways to stop colonies from collapsing.
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