Country’s science renaissance threatened as NATO and NASA suspend links.
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Rescue bid launched to save Hainan gibbon from becoming first ape driven to extinction by humans.
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Biomathematician Steve Horvath has discovered a strikingly accurate way to measure human ageing through epigenetic signatures.
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Microbe deploys proteins that manipulate both the plant it infects and the insects that spread it.
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Excess gamma-ray light at the galactic centre may indicate invisible dark-matter particles.
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Poverty and unstable family environments shorten chromosome-protecting telomeres in nine-year-olds.
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The stars in the nearby Segue 1 dwarf galaxy have low abundances of elements heavier than helium.
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Continual diving of crust into mantle is sufficient to explain formation of plate boundaries.
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USAID's Global Development Lab will fund research into technological solutions for target problems.
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Whistle-blower’s study suggests informing authorities privately is less likely to lead to corrective action.
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The week in science: Court halts Japanese whaling, misconduct found in controversial stem-cell papers, and a surprising rise in autism diagnoses.
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Facing engineering constraints, researchers propose four destinations for European rover.
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As hints emerge of a major weather event this year, poor data could thwart attempts to improve predictions.
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Analysis of chemical patterns on DNA shows promise for explaining disease, but few results have yet been replicated.
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Historical images give rise to three-dimensional reconstruction of ancient Texas trackway.
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The immune system can be a powerful weapon against cancer — but researchers are still grappling with how to control it.
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