Carriers of high-risk genes show cognitive impairments and could benefit from early intervention.
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Unexpected fractures above the world’s biggest storage site could provide path for leaks.
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Failure to impose a ban on deep-sea fishing jeopardizes the future of vulnerable ecosystems, say researchers.
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Foundations increasingly fund biomedical research, but are reluctant to pay overhead costs.
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Base-2 system helped to simplify calculations centuries before Europeans rediscovered it.
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Spacecraft touches down successfully, but not where expected.
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Ancient ice ages that shaped modern caribou populations may foretell animals' fate in a warmer world.
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Ellen Stofan looks to send scientists to the red planet.
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Outbreak has devastated several species along North America’s Pacific coast this year.
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Planck satellite's picture of cosmic microwave background needs correction, some researchers argue.
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Baited hooks in Western Australia could damage vulnerable white shark populations.
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Analysis of science on social media service finds little correlation with standard measures of academic success.
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Space telescope observes possible plumes emanating from mystery moon's south pole.
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US bioethics commission weighs in on debate over how scientists and companies should handle inadvertent discoveries in diagnostic tests.
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But decade-long quest to synthesize erythropoietin has not yet ended, critics say.
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The week in science: Criticism of animal welfare in research; hopes of HIV cure dashed; and new estimates for dementia worldwide.
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A change in European Commission management styles under Horizon 2020 must not end the funding agency's focus on excellence, says Helga Nowotny.
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Fears rise for Latin American industry as devastating disease hits leading variety in Africa and Middle East.
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