As the IPCC finalizes its next big climate-science assessment, Nature looks at the past and future of the planet's watchdog.
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A graphical tour through the history of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the science that underlies it.
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Researchers struggle to project how fast, how high and how far the oceans will rise.
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Getting hundreds of experts to agree is never easy. Ottmar Edenhofer takes a firm, philosophical approach to the task.
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Elimination of single protein boosts reprogramming yield and consistency.
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Behavioural changes persist after Toxoplasma infection is cleared.
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Plant secretion curbs greenhouse-gas emissions from soil.
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Director Robert Darnell talks about the New York Genome Center’s future.
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Other observatories watch for sharpened worker demands.
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Agency road map outlines nine broad research priorities.
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Ice loss at high elevations threatens water supply for hundreds of millions of people.
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Living near livestock farms and manure-treated fields associated with higher rates of antibiotic-resistant infection.
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Leaks are minimal during removal of fracking fluids but increase once gas is flowing.
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Fat-rich plug reveals chemical signatures of flame retardants and mercury.
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Ability to convert light to electrical signals efficiently holds potential for high-speed computing.
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2011 Virginia earthquake points to scars from ancient mantle plume.
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Big Bang was mirage from collapsing higher-dimensional star, theorists propose.
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Toothed gears enable young plant hoppers to synchronize limbs for jumping.
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High electron densities show the craft left the Sun's bubble of influence in 2012.
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