Study reveals global shift towards animal-based diet — a bad omen for the environment.
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Throat structure explains why male mating calls are bizarrely deeper than expected for the animal's size.
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Genetic imprint from traumatic experiences carries through at least two generations.
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First given up for dead, 'dirty ice ball' may have partially survived close brush with the Sun.
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Computing technique reconstructs 3D images from single photons reflected from dimly lit object.
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Four-year study shows that split-second reactions foretell future satisfaction.
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Publisher withdraws paper despite authors' objections, citing weak evidence.
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Fans at next year's World Cup in Brazil may be exposed to a nasty and incurable tropical disease, warns Simon Hay.
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The week in science: Two-time Nobel winner Frederick Sanger dies, volcano creates Japanese island, and Iran agrees to uranium limits.
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Raft of control measures slows the march of alien species.
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Reporting suspicions of scientific fraud is rarely easy, but some paths are more effective than others.
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Researchers have struggled to identify how certain states of mind influence physical health. One biologist thinks he has an answer.
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Reduced size puts into question theories of how supermassive black holes form.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2013.14254
Analysis suggests studies give conflicting answers about whether cancers respond to targeted drugs.
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Planned launch of lunar rover follows a string of triumphs for the country’s space programme.
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Researchers share results to keep them accessible.
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Drugable.com predicts mechanisms through computation.
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Politicians take action on poaching in Africa as tusk seizures approach record numbers.
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Thirty-six labs collaborate to check 13 earlier findings.
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How a forest full of microphones can fight poaching.
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