Members of the US National Academy of Sciences have long enjoyed a privileged path to publication in the body's prominent house journal. Meet the scientists who use it most heavily.
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Cold rubidium atoms provide fresh approach to measuring Newton's big G .
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Digital-photo software promises to offer unprecedented access to artefacts and sites.
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Launch date for cohort study set to be delayed as data problems are identified.
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Critics question ethics of allowing pregnant women to receive treatment that falls below the standard in their country.
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Funding agency aims to affirm best practice with independent checks on research methods.
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Cells purportedly made with 'STAP' method came from the wrong mice, tests show.
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Researchers are exploring unconventional sources of fresh water to quench the globe's growing thirst.
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New global clinical trial aims to replicate the mysterious 'Mississippi baby' success.
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Physicists propose harnessing 'quantum entanglement' to surpass accuracy of any single atomic clock.
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Effectiveness of animal 'chastity' mechanism also depends on size.
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EMA promises increased transparency but will not release anonymized data on individual patients.
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Blogging about his disability propelled Pablo Echenique into an unplanned career in the European Parliament.
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Metabolic analysis suggests they could regulate body temperature, but only to a point.
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Genetic differences among Mexicans also have health implications, study finds.
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A ban on private companies using stem cells from human embryos provides a policy framework for other Arab and Islamic countries, says Rana Dajani.
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The week in science: Germany quits mega-telescope project; a $4.5-billion proposal for the US BRAIN initiative; and NASA is told to plot a course for Mars.
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Hydroacoustic signal caught by sensors in the Indian Ocean may be linked to crash of Malaysian airliner.
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Moratorium on controversial therapy lifted as stem cells emerge as alternative source of treatment.
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