Richard Price, the chief executive officer of academia.edu, explains his plans to shake up online peer-feedback.
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Recreation of a 2,000-year-old model of the Universe to appear in exhibition.
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Smaller enzyme may make process simpler and more exact.
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Unique mechanism is an alternative to lapping up liquid.
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Climate commitment could help to build momentum towards a new global pact to limit greenhouse-gas emissions.
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Terence Tao builds on an online collaboration to successfully attack the Erdős discrepancy problem.
Nature 526 19 doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.18441
Test your knowledge of the prizes' storied history.
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Debacle has wide-ranging implications, but many already knew that diesel emissions tests were problematic.
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Pontiff calls for global-warming leadership before a body that has been reluctant to act.
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Soothsayers’ predictions include more women and individual winners than ever before.
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Warmer temperatures and fewer flowers yield shorter bee tongues.
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Intriguing ridges add to dwarf planet's geological mysteries.
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Too many university posts are given to men without proper competition, says Mathias Wullum Nielsen.
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Volkswagen caught up in emissions scandal; crowdfunding to sequence the beaver; and Australia gets new science minister.
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Educational void risks hampering reconstruction in Middle East.
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Treatment of developing brains offers greater scope for improvement but also intensifies risks.
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The powerhouses of the cell may have more roles than expected. Could that generate problems for mitochondrial replacement therapies?
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Palaeontologist Natasja den Ouden on how fossils from the marine environment are shedding light on big mammals in the last ice age.
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Multiple labs conclude that the seemingly miraculous results originated from contamination with ordinary stem cells.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.18412
As satellites proliferate, defence contractors are starting to supplement government tracking of orbital debris.
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