Necklace of gold nanoparticles can sense single electrons.
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Road-kill numbers crash as birds shorten their wings to become more agile.
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Fast imaging in larval zebrafish produces first neuron-level vertebrate brain-activity map.
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Origin of Theiler's hepatitis was a century-old puzzle.
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Pressure changes cause precious metal to deposit each time the crust moves.
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Early avians lost one of two ovaries to take flight.
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The HeLa cell genome is riddled with errors, raising questions about its continued use.
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Hopes bolstered for a cleaner-energy future.
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Oceanic-crust microbes survive on hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
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Protection for elephants, rhinos, sharks and trees extended in Bangkok.
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Two-winged flight followed emergence of avian ancestors.
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Virus might have many animal reservoirs.
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The week in science: Life found in Antarctica’s largest subglacial lake; Higgs still a standard boson; and trade protections agreed for endangered sharks.
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Self-criticism is a virtue seldom possessed by men, and never by the leaders of Western science, says Colin Macilwain.
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Mineral proves to be remarkably clean topological insulator.
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After years of delays and cost overruns, an international collaboration is finally inaugurating the world's highest-altitude radio telescope.
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Massive open online courses are transforming higher education — and providing fodder for scientific research.
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Monitoring tumour DNA shows promise for following progress of disease.
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Space telescope's discoveries may be the remains of wandering ice giants.
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Aspirin-related drugs suggest a way towards more effective stem-cell transplants.
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