Welcome nihonium, moscovium, tennessine and oganesson.
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With drug companies’ policies hard to decipher, frustrated patients often resort to social-media campaigns and other public appeals.
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Researchers tease out different definitions of a crucial scientific term.
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Pieter Dorrestein uses mass spectrometry to eavesdrop on the molecular conversations between microbes and their world.
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Network of deep-water observatories streams data in real time.
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Defensive electrocution added to annals of electric fish behaviour.
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Molten rock accumulates in a magma chamber outside the North Island’s main volcanoes.
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Cutting tool could be used to study RNA's role in disease.
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Government can't say how many policy studies it paid for or published, report reveals.
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Man's best friend may have been domesticated twice — at different sites.
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Some admire project's ambition; others say that it hasn't justified its aims.
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The establishment of an agency in Indonesia that will support 'frontier research' is a welcome development, argues Dyna Rochmyaningsih.
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Good grades for international nuclear-fusion project; EU ministers lend support to open-access movement; and US study raises doubts about mobile-phone safety.
Nature 534 10 doi: 10.1038/534010a
Biology's big funders announce investment will continue to 2022.
Nature 534 14 doi: 10.1038/534014a
Launch in July will test new way to explore the Solar System — and beyond.
Nature 534 15 doi: 10.1038/534015a
The Asian nation is spending big in the hope of winning a Nobel prize, but it will need more than cash to realize its ambitions.
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Gold-mining boom in southeastern Amazon is driving high levels of mercury contamination.
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