Some welcome his latest report as a fresh way to solve a black-hole conundrum; others are unsure of its merits.
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It may not be sexy, but quality assurance is becoming a crucial part of lab life.
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Flexible plastic sensor sends molecular test results to a smartphone.
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DNA work shows Devils Hole pupfish might have occasionally mingled with relatives.
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Experts think that world champion Lee Sedol may still beat the AI software in a March contest.
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Pet project hunts genetic links to behaviour by polling owners on their companions’ quirks.
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Local expertise is required to provide detailed emissions reports.
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Songbirds are a culinary delicacy in Cyprus — but catching and eating them is illegal. Even so, the practice is on the rise and could be threatening rare species.
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Autopsies reveal plaques in the brains of people who died after receiving grafts from cadavers.
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But it is unclear how well the results match the condition in humans.
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Illegal killing rises in Zimbabwe and Namibia, even as it dips in South Africa.
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UK's Royal Statistical Society among those demanding more information after the release of trial's protocol.
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'RNA nanoconstruction' has been the focus of a decade-long controversy.
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A female scientist who was harassed by a senior male colleague feels let down by the system that is supposed to protect her.
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Ebola returns; a rocket falls; and a scientist becomes Taiwan’s next vice-president.
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Gravitational signature hints at massive object that orbits the Sun every 20,000 years.
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Unprecedented Pacific Ocean campaign aims to improve forecasts for strong storms.
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The feral chickens of Kauai provide a unique opportunity to study what happens when domesticated animals escape and evolve.
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Drugmaker commits to stockpiling 300,000 doses and beginning approval process.
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