Solar plane breaks record; California clamps down on vaccine exemptions; and the outlook on world farming and food supply.
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Giant public–private computing network would fulfil the European Commission’s vision of an open-research platform.
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Meet the seismologists who work around the clock to pinpoint major earthquakes anywhere on Earth.
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Collection is intended to catalogue biodiversity and facilitate genomic research.
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Nature Video ’s guide to the highlights as the New Horizons spacecraft speeds past the icy dwarf planet.
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Violent nocturnal thunderstorms are hard to explain and even harder to forecast.
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New Horizons mission is set to speed past an ice world at the fringes of the Solar System.
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Scientists have the tools to end the epidemic. They just need better ways to use them.
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Storing and processing genome data will exceed the computing challenges of running YouTube and Twitter, biologists warn.
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Paris science meeting prepares the ground for UN climate talks in December.
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Company founder says that instrument error could explain conflicting data from 28 June incident.
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Researchers seek holistic view of botanic ecosystems.
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Gene responsible for long grains and pleasing texture can now be bred into existing varieties without sacrificing yield.
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Segmented mirror four or five times wider than Hubble's would peer directly at exoplanets.
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NASA works to recover probe less than ten days before it reaches the dwarf planet.
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Marine scientist Don Boesch on the fight to restore ecosystems damaged by the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
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Water is no barrier to flying arachnids’ dispersal.
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Analysts are hopeful that the country's commitment to decarbonize its economy will allow emissions to peak before 2030.
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Nature 's weekly audio round-up.
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Acoustic waves offer 3D print mapping for phones and computers.
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