Common language and methods are needed to fulfil biofactory dream.
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There is a growing number of postdocs and few places in academia for them to go. But change could be on the way.
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Global-health researchers look to supplement traditional tactics to reduce the health and economic impacts of food-borne pathogens.
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Jurassic giant's taxonomic status is restored.
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Groundwater expert Leon Szeptycki explains how the state’s ineffectual water-management system is trying to come to grips with harsh, dry reality.
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The second run of the world's most powerful particle collider is now under way.
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Killer disease that is scourge of world’s poorest ruminant farmers is ripe for elimination.
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Social scientist Kalwant Bhopal discusses why black and minority ethnic academics are considering leaving the United Kingdom.
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Preliminary attempt in humans generates robust immune response.
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Research councils are exempt from rule requiring ministerial approval for press contact.
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Five parties lay out their positions on climate change, stem cells, immigration, genetically modified organisms and funding.
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The 'war on cancer' has run off course. Efforts must refocus on the best interests of patients, says Colin Macilwain.
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The week in science: NASA’s controversial space rock plan; global renewable energy boost; and Stephen Hawking trademarks his name.
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Discovery expands potential CRISPR toolbox for treating genetic diseases in humans.
Nature 520 18 doi: 10.1038/520018a
Brazil has waged a successful war on tropical deforestation, and other countries are trying to follow its lead. But victory remains fragile.
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Unpowered mechanical design lowers the energetic costs of walking.
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Transfusions are one of the most overused treatments in modern medicine, at a cost of billions of dollars. Researchers are working out how to cut back.
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What the rising influence of the Greens, UKIP and the Scottish National Party means for research policy.
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But effort to catalogue brain’s building blocks may stoke disagreements over classification.
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Survey suggests that left-leaning readers are taking more notice of historically minor parties.
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