Fuelled by venture capital and a lot of hope, alternative fusion technologies are heating up.
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When California's governor enlisted the aid of two palaeoecologists, their careers took an unusual turn.
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Innovative and existing methods are needed to tackle overpopulation.
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A successor to an essential part in today’s computers may arrive in just a few years.
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AIDS conference tries to draw inspiration from lost scientists.
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Climate experts decry demise of emissions-control system.
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Flood of genetic locations linked to schizophrenia helps spark financial boost to research field.
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Proposals for two accelerators could see country become collider capital of the world.
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Judge says joint UK–Kenya programme thwarted careers of six local researchers.
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Misalignment in data between satellites may be fixed now, but went undetected for years.
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Arachnid family tree suggests that many spider species evolved away from web-weaving.
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Study debunks belief that palm-oil plantations are main culprit.
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Giant 'G2' cloud at centre of Milky Way could be falling in a continuous stream, without the spectacle astronomers were hoping for.
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Downward pressure and erosion combine to create celebrated rock formations.
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Patients' virus levels became undetectable after bone-marrow therapy with stem cells.
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HIV researcher Joep Lange among at least six delegates to AIDS conference who died in crash.
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Research community mourns Joep Lange, who was among the passengers of Malaysia Airlines flight shot down over Ukraine.
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If space-time is granular, it could reverse gravitational collapse and turn it into expansion.
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