Wave of investment suggests drugs from body-dwelling bacteria are heading for the clinic.
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But more data are needed to indicate whether the slowing is a result of human-induced climate change.
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Accident at US repository highlights need for tougher safety monitoring, say experts.
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DNA isolated from 1,600-year-old fossilized stools suggests migration from the Andes.
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Conflicting measurements of particle's lifetime could point to exotic new physics.
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Analysis suggests dates of reported cosmic collision cannot explain North American extinctions.
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Rock isotopes and fossils suggest region already had high elevations before India collided with Asia.
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Modelling and radar data from Amundsen Sea suggest current melting will run away.
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Study contradicts notion that microbes consumed most of the gas after 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill.
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Entomologist Arnold van Huis wants to bring the world around to entomophagy.
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Neurogenesis interferes with past learning in infant and adult mice.
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Analysis finds the animals diverged from brown bears less than 500,000 years ago.
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Natural and artificial wonders feature in this selection of photos by Nature ’s art team.
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Planck’s polarization map excludes region where it could have cross-checked BICEP2 findings on Big Bang.
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