From predictions of nuclear ‘break-out’ to monitoring for ‘sneak-out’, scientific expertise is central to the success of the preliminary accord.
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To judge the safety of flying during an eruption, the airline industry cannot just rely on advances in volcanic monitoring and prediction, says Matthew Watson.
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The week in science: Iran strikes deal on nuclear plans; Hong Kong academics decry government meddling; and souped-up LHC starts second run.
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Fledgling alliance will manage international grants and develop science strategy.
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Swiss-cheese-like materials called metal–organic frameworks have long promised to improve gas storage, separation and catalysis. Now they are coming of age.
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Clinical trial is encouraging first step to developing new approach to HIV prevention, treatment and cure.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17260
Experiment on chemistry of lawrencium reignites a decades-old debate.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17275
Simulations show that Earth probably collided with an unnervingly similar sister planet to form our lunar neighbour.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.17279
Climate scientists highlight cloud mysteries in a bid to compete with astronomy and cosmology.
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Common language and methods are needed to fulfil biofactory dream.
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