The country has developed the biggest programme of antiretroviral therapy in the world. Now scientists are exploring the long-term consequences of the drugs.
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Movement of genes across and between microorganism species could influence humans’ susceptibility to disease.
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The world that we hear shapes the music that we like.
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Critics say Philippe Mauguin lacks research experience.
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Peeled strips of single-layer carbon could be useful in electronic circuitry.
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The focus on impact of published research has created new opportunities for misconduct and fraudsters, says Mario Biagioli.
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The US government is considering a plan to allow wireless firms to share radio frequencies used in weather forecasts.
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Fossil finds in China are challenging ideas about the evolution of modern humans and our closest relatives.
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Thomson Reuters divests intellectual-property and science division in US$3.55-billion deal.
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Changes in cloud patterns match predictions from climate simulations of a warming world.
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The effort will use next-generation cell-culture methods and fresh patient samples.
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Senior staff at leading journals want to end inappropriate use of the measure.
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Xenophobia and mobility fears among issues facing researchers two weeks on.
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World in three-star system also experiences unusual seasons.
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Giant UN report also reveals sustainability problem for wild-caught fish.
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Chemist killed on Mexican university campus; Juno craft reaches Jupiter orbit; and Nobel laureates defend genetically modified organisms.
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John Holdren tells Nature about the highs and lows of nearly eight years in the White House.
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A fortuitous observation by Japan's Hitomi probe shows the calm centre of the Perseus cluster.
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The charity hopes other funders will follow a similar model.
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Shoebox-sized craft face a wait to be propelled beyond Earth’s orbit.
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