As the virus continues to rampage in West Africa, Nature ’s graphic offers a guide to the figures that matter.
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Universities must evolve if they are to survive. A special issue of Nature examines the many ways to build a modern campus.
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Innovative ways of teaching, learning and doing research are helping universities around the globe to adapt to the modern world.
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Arizona State University is trying to reinvent academia by tearing down walls between disciplines.
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Friction in breaking waves has been an overlooked source of heat in coastal waters.
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Sequencing firm's incubator programme aims to develop its technology for wider applications.
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Researchers must now work out how to protect cell transplants from the immune systems of people with type 1 diabetes.
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Researchers bring together troves of DNA sequences in the hope of teasing out links between traits and genetic variants.
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A selection of 'super-resolution' images taken with the techniques that won the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
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Organisms living in carbonate rock provide a previously unrecognized sink for the greenhouse gas.
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NASA mission sends back first imagery since arriving at the red planet.
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Icebergs rafted south along the US east coast on currents fed by glacial floods, simulations show.
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Sound waves used to imitate light particles predicted to escape black holes.
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Not all cichlids react aggressively to their reflections, casting doubt on the use of mirrors in behavioural studies
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Researchers find signs of untapped riches at 2,000-year-old site that housed mysterious clock-like object.
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Better collaboration is a laudable goal, but that alone will not be enough to fix the damage caused by Europe’s falling investment, says Amaya Moro-Martin.
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