Biotechnology agency wants to upgrade capabilities to kick-start economic growth.
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Mimivirus defence system might lead to new genome-editing tools
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Fewer than half of academies have policies in place to boost gender equality in membership.
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Have you been paying attention to February's science news?
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No clarity on whether anti-lobbying rule will apply to university funding and science grants.
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Reversal could change timeline of heat and carbon storage in the seas.
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First assessment from intergovernmental body set up to track world's ecosystems suggests curbing pesticide use to save bees.
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House of Representatives committee expands investigation of a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration analysis that refuted global-warming 'hiatus'.
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Antibody from man who survived infection from 1995 outbreak shows potent effect against deadly virus.
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Market leader Illumina sues rival firm Oxford Nanopore Technologies.
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Mission paves the way for planned €1-billion space observatory.
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But some scientists are not convinced by the report.
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Anger over ExxonMobil’s climate misinformation; LIGO-India gets the go-ahead; and Italy gets a new research chief.
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Researchers suspect motives for a planned increase in felling are commercial, but forest administration cites pest control.
Nature 530 393 doi: 10.1038/530394a
A special issue examines whether researchers today consider the world of tomorrow — and why they should.
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Rising carbon dioxide emissions have significantly reduced coral-reef growth rate.
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Technological change is accelerating today at an unprecedented speed and could create a world we can barely begin to imagine.
Nature 530 398 doi: 10.1038/530398a
For the first time, astronomers have traced an enigmatic blast of radio waves to its source.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2016.19441
Researchers now argue that slowdown in warming was real.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2016.19414
Commercial use of genetically engineered yeast to make medicine has modest impact.
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