A year after a devastating earthquake triggered killer avalanches and rock falls in Nepal, scientists are wiring up mountainsides to forecast hazards.
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Molecule that controls flowering time misfolds when expressed in yeast.
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Earth Day ceremony boosts momentum, but further action is needed before the agreement can take effect.
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Drug company aims to pool genomic and medical data in hunt for rare genetic sequences associated with disease.
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Enthusiasm comes amid worries that the therapy may prove too complex to manufacture.
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Giant survey suggests journals should pay more attention to detecting inappropriate duplications.
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Brazil's health-regulatory agency wants more evidence before allowing sale of GM mosquitoes.
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Trials of mindfulness to improve mental health selectively report positive results.
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Intergovernmental body that tracks world ecosystems is criticized for its own lack of diversity.
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Largest-ever genetic-sequencing study of healthy ageing released.
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Researchers pinpoint gene for beak-size and track how it changed during a severe drought.
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Third European Union flagship will be similar in size and ambition to graphene and human brain initiatives.
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By endorsing a limit of 1.5 °C, the climate negotiations have effectively defined what society considers dangerous, says Simon L. Lewis.
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Ecuador and Japan earthquakes; CRISPR crops get the green light; and European gravitational-wave detector gets a boost.
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Housing lab mice with pet-shop mice gives them more human-like immune systems.
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China is positioning itself as a world leader in primate research.
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Four published papers offer diverse explanations for a possible new particle.
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Disabled CRISPR enzyme allows efficient single-letter DNA changes.
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Two NIH facilities that manufacture products for use in patients have been shut down because of safety violations.
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Fossils found in the Panama Canal are the oldest evidence of monkeys in North America.
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