Planned launch of lunar rover follows a string of triumphs for the country’s space programme.
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Researchers share results to keep them accessible.
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Drugable.com predicts mechanisms through computation.
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Politicians take action on poaching in Africa as tusk seizures approach record numbers.
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Thirty-six labs collaborate to check 13 earlier findings.
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How a forest full of microphones can fight poaching.
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Revisions that take effect today remove protections for 80% of endangered freshwater species.
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Atmospheric data reveal oil production and livestock release much more of the greenhouse gas than suggested by federal inventories.
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US regulator seeks information on the safety and effectiveness of the company's analyses.
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Assisted-reproduction technique helps mice with two genes from Y chromosome make healthy offspring.
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Water tanks at 4,100 metres altitude detect high-energy bursts coming from supernova explosions and other cosmic events.
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Satellite trio will unravel mysteries of planet's inner dynamo and could even find iron mines from space.
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In the film Gravity , Sandra Bullock plays Everywoman, and reminds Colin Macilwain how inspiring science and discovery still can be.
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The week in science: Test flight for volcano-ash sensor, Japan scales back emissions goals, and rare mammal caught on film.
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Scientist struggles to maintain long-standing carbon dioxide record and more recent atmospheric-oxygen monitor.
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Geologists, engineers and social scientists are poised to swoop in before reconstruction gets under way.
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NASA explorer programme raises hopes of mapping directional light from pulsars and black holes.
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Graphene's dazzling properties promise a technological revolution, but Europe may have to spend a billion euros to overcome some fundamental problems.
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Human papillomavirus is causing a new form of head and neck cancer— leaving researchers scrambling to understand risk factors, tests and treatments.
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Relief agencies tapped online volunteers to map damage in stricken areas of the Philippines.
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