Discovery bolsters idea that intriguing marks are made of ice, not salt.
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Eighteen-year-old joins small group of patients who can control the virus after discontinuing drugs.
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Russian billionaire Yuri Milner announces most comprehensive hunt for alien life.
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Public-health experts convinced by weight of evidence from several large trials.
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Company says the part failed under stress that was five times below certified limit.
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New Horizons data portrays a geologically active world on the fringes of the Solar System.
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It’s been a big week in science — have you been paying attention?
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The Arctic mammals may not survive the ongoing loss of their hunting grounds.
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Nature’s weekly audio round-up.
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Conservationists stress the need to address Asia’s appetite for wildlife products.
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Sites picked for Cherenkov Telescope Array, which will search for high-energy particles arriving from space.
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Dyna Rochmyaningsih offers a lesson from Indonesia on what can go wrong when governments use research to make a country look good.
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Report criticizes the APA for colluding on torture; South Korean government is sued over MERS; and Pluto gets sized up by New Horizons.
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The nation has embraced the latest research and innovative approaches to vaccination.
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Drug companies put in vitro systems through their paces.
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Discoveries energize hunt for genes connected to mental illness.
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A special issue of Nature examines what is needed to grow the next generation of scientists.
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Active problem-solving confers a deeper understanding of science than does a standard lecture. But some university lecturers are reluctant to change tack.
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A look at some of the most innovative science-education programmes from kindergarten to university.
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Preserved 50-million-year-old cell remains may give clues to evolution of earthworms and leeches.
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