The newly elected chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change outlines his philosophy.
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High-status journals or institutions no guarantees of carefully-reported trials.
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Cancer Research UK to invest £100 million in seven big goals.
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Distinctive patterns of neural connectivity also correlate with intelligence.
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Many scientists still not bothering to address an issue that undermines the reproducibility of research findings.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.18544
Summary documents by intergovernmental panel are packing in longer sentences and more complex words than ever before.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.18543
Patient’s immune response would tell physicians whether to prescribe.
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Study to collect data from customers of genetic-testing services.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.18514
Reduced rainfall in East Africa linked to anthropogenic climate change.
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Warm ocean waters combine with El Niño to turn reefs a stark white.
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Twin study reveals five DNA markers that are associated with sexual orientation.
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DNA from Ethiopian man pre-dates the movement of Eurasian farmers 'back to Africa'.
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Pachyderms have extra copies of a key tumour-fighting gene.
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Blue Brain Project announces results of a decade's work.
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Medicine and physics Nobels awarded; world leaders unveil latest marine reserves; and three new neuroscience institutes funded.
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Machines that ‘surf’ particles on electric fields could reach high energies at a lower price.
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Centre in Izmir swims against the tide to produce world-class fundamental science.
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A Japanese mathematician claims to have solved one of the most important problems in his field. The trouble is, hardly anyone can work out whether he's right.
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Humans are remarkably good at self-deception. But growing concern about reproducibility is driving many researchers to seek ways to fight their own worst instincts.
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Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich and Aziz Sancar share 2015 prize.
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