Report into failings of expedition to explore Antarctic lake finds equipment to blame — but complications can be fixed.
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Experts push for more research into olivine weathering.
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Conservationists protest after panel recommends ending bears’ endangered-species listing.
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International expedition hopes to unravel mysteries of the South China Sea, one of the world’s most geologically important seas.
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US physical sciences benefit more than biomedical research.
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Technique takes three-dimensional profiles of paintings without taking samples.
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Scientist launches crowd-funded survey of US west coast but says health concerns are overblown.
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Climate models agree on projections of changing rainfall patterns from future warming of the tropical Pacific Ocean.
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Astronomers say it's the first direct imaging of the long-sought gas filaments stretching between galaxies.
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Researchers fear that valuable documents will disappear as libraries close and merge.
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Three-dimensional graphene analogues could help to replace electronics with spintronics.
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Medication removes markers from brain’s DNA to increase effectiveness of existing treatment.
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Solvent easily breaks down tough plant matter into sugars without costly enzymes.
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Electronic devices that track our emotions, heart rate or brain waves should be regulated to protect individual privacy, says Stephen Fairclough.
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The week in science: Astronomers glimpse super-deep galaxies, India marks polio-free milestone, and Italian police investigate animal activism.
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Australian Antarctic Division says it did not approve research strategy of stricken mission.
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Stakes high as European Space Agency waits for Rosetta orbiter to come out of hibernation.
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But some biological resource centres face funding issues.
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Sixteen years into the mysterious ‘global-warming hiatus’, scientists are piecing together an explanation.
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The supermassive black holes that lie at the centre of every large galaxy are full of mysteries. But astronomers are finally getting a clear look.
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