Luxury electric-car firm turns its hand to stationary energy storage.
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Crowd-sourced effort raises nuanced questions about what counts as replication.
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Religious leaders and scientists prepare declaration that global warming must be addressed to protect humanity.
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Treatment developed by company with tumultuous history is set for larger studies.
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Researchers want better pay deal after budget cuts and job losses.
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In wake of paper describing genetic modification of human embryos, scientists disagree about ethics.
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Skeletons from Peru caves plot course for a single migration to the continent.
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Four years after revolutions shook governments in North Africa and the Middle East, scientists face an uncertain future.
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The fall out from the STAP case is still being felt across Japan.
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Molecule that triggers inflammation also seems to influence how mice sense bitter flavours.
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Tiny creature has forelimb bones thought to support aerofoil membranes.
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Agency issues statement after researchers alter gene in non-viable zygotes.
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Growth of large-area semiconductor films opens up possibilities in flexible electronics.
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Latest images from New Horizons spacecraft show bright spot near dwarf planet’s pole.
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It is getting harder for scientists in China to obtain the high-quality public data that they need for important research studies, says Zheng Wan.
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Ethical concerns complicate publishing process.
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Companies race to gather large data sets in bid to find treatments based on genetics.
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Tensions also rise over planned reforms to governance of research institutions.
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Religious leaders and scientists gather to discuss moral implications of global warming as Pope drafts key letter.
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