Multiple teams finally have the material they need to repeat enigmatic experiment.
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Analysts welcome focus on cancer drugs for poorest countries but caution that more work needs to be done.
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Understanding the role of state-sanctioned killing does more than illuminate the social evolution of “pre-modern” cultures.
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Four-decade analysis suggests that one-fifth of the world's population will be obese by 2025.
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Quest aims to uncover secrets of big craters across the Solar System.
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'Cello' automates the fast, reliable design of DNA-based logic circuits.
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Human Brain Project asks wider neuroscience community to start using its hardware and software.
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Observatories go it alone; the Philippines gets its first satellite; and Russian funding concerns.
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Most polled researchers in Britain and the wider EU think that the union benefits science.
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Sea levels could rise by more than 15 metres by 2500 if greenhouse-gas emissions continue to grow.
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Scientists are helping to stop antisocial behaviour in the world's most popular online game. The next stop could be a kinder Internet.
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Fund sets target of approving US$2.5 billion this year to help developing nations cope with climate change.
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Latest excavations show Homo floresiensis to be tens of thousands of years older than thought.
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US president pushed world to secure radioactive materials, but the threat of nuclear warfare — and terrorism — remains.
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Fetal tissue may prove crucial to probing link between virus and birth defects.
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Britain has announced a tax on sugary drinks. Countries should go further and target foods that have large carbon footprints, says Adam Briggs.
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Scientists will track psychological and medical outcomes of controversial treatments to help transgender adolescents transition.
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Behind the scenes at Europe’s massive synchrotron — where science never sleeps.
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Officials hope to avoid repeat of delayed response to Ebola epidemic.
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Future of the major astronomy probe remains unclear as pieces of space debris are reported.
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