Companies will pool data to identify promising targets for Alzheimer's, lupus and diabetes treatments.
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Researchers welcome easier access for harvesting content, but some spurn tight controls.
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Scholarly articles in digital forms overtook printed ones, but survey suggests increase in reading may have levelled off.
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Metagenomic survey reveals traces of pathogens and allergens in the city’s air.
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Milestone for targeted gene-editing technology promises better models for human diseases.
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Scientists begin to unravel how neurons recognize specific language sounds.
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Scientists criticize president of committee nominated to examine Italy's Stamina Foundation.
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Mice with human receptor for coronavirus provide a faster way to test vaccines.
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The formation of the UN Scientific Advisory Board is an important step towards integrating global sustainability efforts, says Owen Gaffney.
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The week in science: Supernova sighted in nearby galaxy, new dolphin species discovered in Brazil, and China’s Moon rover in trouble.
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Just squeezing or bathing cells in acidic conditions can readily reprogram them into an embryonic state.
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From aiding drug design to analysing soil samples on Mars, crystallography has helped to propel much of modern science over the past 100 years.
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Switch to food and fragrances risks consumer rejection.
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Powerful X-ray lasers are getting to the heart of matter.
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The brain adapts to surgery to correct congenital cataract in children as old as 15.
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Study suggests supplements such as vitamin E promote tumour growth.
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Cold atoms provide evidence for Paul Dirac's 83-year-old theory.
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Cross-breeding boosted Homo sapiens ' ability to cope with cool climates, but the hybrids may have had trouble breeding.
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South Korean researcher reveals the fallout he faced from his tip-offs about former cloning fraudster Woo Suk Hwang.
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