The explosion in open-access publishing has fuelled the rise of questionable operators.
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Discovery that fossilization distorts pigment structures casts doubt on reconstructed plumages.
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But genetic tests of 200,000 people reveal no clear cause-and-effect.
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Sex determination in the protozoan Tetrahymena is a roll of the genetic dice.
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Molecule changes shape to help organisms kick drugs out of cells.
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Turning 100 might have seemed unremarkable to the Hungarian-born mathematician.
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Bacteria transplant provides some of the benefits of gastric bypass surgery without the surgery.
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Space telescope culls exotic creation theories with ultra-precise microwave map.
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Tabletop Higgs particles may illuminate cosmic cousin.
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Italian health minister’s support for a controversial treatment appals the country’s scientists.
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Ageing study finds being alone is a health risk.
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Neuroimaging 'biomarker' linked to rearrest after incarceration.
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Can brain scans ever tell us why we like art?
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Federal budget boosts clean-energy research and university infrastructure.
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Writers' expressions of sentiment have grown apart in recent decades.
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Dating technique pins down massive eruptions that may have triggered mass extinction.
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Shapes of binding sites could help drug discovery and the study of consciousness.
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Analysis of cosmic microwave background backs sudden ‘inflation’ after Big Bang.
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Interlocking grids guide the production of two- and three-dimensional structures.
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Cosmic-ray fluctuations could mean the craft has exited the Sun's magnetic field.
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