South American efforts to repatriate scientists are paying off.
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The daughter of a Holocaust survivor narrates her own participation in a study of epigenetic inheritance.
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Scarlet kingsnakes in North Carolina have evolved to more closely resemble a poisonous lookalike no longer found in the area.
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High terrains might have been training ground for cold adaptation before the Ice Age struck.
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Architecture of flash-frozen ant assemblages offers inspiration for robot designers.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.15400
NASA pushes research agenda in face of Russian resistance.
Nature 510 196 doi: 10.1038/510196a
Efforts to get more breast-cancer gene variants into public databases are gaining ground.
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Stress hormones break up bacterial biofilms, potentially dispersing plaque deposits into the bloodstream.
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Miguel Seabra talks open access, austerity and striking a balance between coordination and homogenization.
Nature News doi: 10.1038/nature.2014.15328
Heat shock from cluster super-merger acts as particle accelerator a million times more powerful than any on Earth.
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US National Institutes of Health’s share of the BRAIN neuroscience initiative calls for a ten-fold increase in funding.
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Parasite trapped in ancient amber carried the oldest documented ancestor of the Borrelia that causes Lyme disease.
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Small differences in oxygen-isotope ratios help reveal how the Moon was formed.
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The week in science: US proposes cleaning up power plants; retraction agreed in stem-cell controversy; and new statistics on the global rise in obesity.
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Agreement on changes to constitution pave way for university funding shake-up.
Nature 510 19 doi: 10.1038/510019a
Study under way on Mongolian steppes aims to improve knowledge of warming effects on vegetation.
Nature 510 16 doi: 10.1038/510016a
Researchers make headway in turning photons into fuel.
Nature 510 22 doi: 10.1038/510022a
For decades, most researchers ignored the leading genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease. That is set to change.
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