- Against discrimination
- Science cannot and should not be used to justify prejudice.
- 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Budget cuts fuel frustration among Japan’s academics
- Funding trouble at flagship research centre reflects a broader malaise in the country’s scientific priorities that must be addressed.
- 2017-08-14 00:00:00
- A little democracy could go a long way
- The Middle East is freezing out Qatar. A science academy could help — and would set an important precedent for the region, says Ehsan Masood.
- Ehsan Masood 2017-08-15 00:00:00
- Opioid emergency, climate language and a frozen fruit cake
- The week in science: 11–17 August 2017.
- 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- California’s scientists push to create massive climate-research programme
- Effort backed by the state’s flagship universities comes as US President Donald Trump shrugs off global warming.
- Jeff Tollefson 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- China launches brain-imaging factory
- Hub aims to make industrial-scale high-resolution brain mapping a standard tool for neuroscience
- David Cyranoski 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Massive El Niño sent greenhouse-gas emissions soaring
- Disruptive weather pattern in 2014–2016 spurred tropical forests to pump out 3 billion tonnes of carbon.
- Gabriel Popkin 2017-08-10 00:00:00
- Thousands across India march in support of science
- Protesters demand respect for research — but some scientists were told to stay away.
- T. V. Padma 2017-08-09 00:00:00
- US biomedical-research facilities unprepared for attacks and natural disasters
- Science panel says institutions need to do more to prevent and mitigate damage to research equipment and animals.
- Sara Reardon 2017-08-10 00:00:00
- Why 14 ecology labs teamed up to watch grass grow
- Multi-lab efforts point the way to shoring up the reliability of field studies.
- Ewen Callaway 2017-08-15 00:00:00
- China’s embrace of embryo selection raises thorny questions
- Fertility centres are making a massive push to increase preimplantation genetic diagnosis in a bid to eradicate certain diseases.
- David Cyranoski 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Revitalize the world’s countryside
- A rural revival is needed to counter urbanization across the globe, say Yansui Liu and Yuheng Li.
- Yuheng Li 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Seismology: Quake news from America
- Roger Bilham savours two rich accounts of seismicity across the continent.
- Roger Bilham 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Books in brief
- Barbara Kiser reviews five of the week's best science picks.
- Barbara Kiser 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Data sharing: guard the privacy of donors
- I endorse Emma Kowal and colleagues' call for more-responsible sharing of people's research data (Nature546, 474;10.1038/546474a2017). The reuse of data without participants' consent is…
- Shirley Y. Hill 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Data sharing: do scientists know best?
- Emma Kowal and colleagues argue against restricting access to genomic data collected from indigenous peoples (Nature546, 474;10.1038/546474a2017), citing our study of Aboriginal Australians as a ca…
- Eske Willerslev 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Climate adaptation: Past US floods give lessons in retreat
- The movement of people and infrastructure out of vulnerable areas, a process called managed retreat, is gaining recognition as a potential adaptation strategy to climate change and natural hazards…
- A. R. Siders 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Carbon emissions: More nuclear power can speed CO2 cuts
- Christiana Figueres and colleagues note that turning around global carbon dioxide emissions by 2020 may not be feasible through renewable energy alone (Nature546, 593–595;10.1038/546593a2017). Lo…
- Richard Rhodes 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- History: Ingenious solutions sparked by a crisis
- Researchers have taken to recycling laboratory helium in the face of dwindling supplies resulting from the blockade of Qatar (Nature547, 16;10.1038/547016a2017). Such extreme situations have also p…
- Biswa Prasun Chatterji 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Student immigration: The gamble of going abroad
- Political concerns and visa access are swaying students deciding where to pursue a degree.
- Virginia Gewin 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Trade talk: Crime buster
- A molecular biologist uses his investigative skills to support detectives.
- Julie Gould 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- First date with the Hive
- Mind how you go.
- Gretchen Tessmer 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Climate science: Origins of Atlantic decadal swings
- Temperature variability in the North Atlantic Ocean is the result of many competing physical processes, but the relative roles of these processes is a source of contention. Here, scientists present…
- Ben Booth 2017-08-09 00:00:00
- Neurobiology: A bitter–sweet symphony
- Information about taste sensations, such as bitter or sweet, is relayed from the mouse tongue to the brain through taste-specific pathways. It emerges that semaphorin proteins guide the wiring of t…
- Liqun Luo 2017-08-09 00:00:00
- Cancer genomics: Human metastases under scrutiny
- Sequences of the DNA and RNA of 500 human cancers that have spread from their primary site in the body take us a step closer to the convergence of basic science and patient benefit. See Article p.297
- G. Steven Bova 2017-08-02 00:00:00
- Astronomy: A turbulent stellar atmosphere in full view
- The dynamic motion of gas in the outer atmosphere of a red supergiant star has been mapped, providing clues to the mysterious mechanism that causes massive stars to lose mass through stellar winds.…
- Gail H. Schaefer 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Cell biology: Healthy skin rejects cancer
- Live imaging shows that healthy skin cells surround and expel neighbours that have cancer-promoting mutations, revealing that tissues can recognize and eliminate mutant cells to prevent tumour init…
- Jason C. Mills 2017-08-02 00:00:00
- New gliding mammaliaforms from the Jurassic
- Stem mammaliaforms are Mesozoic forerunners to mammals, and they offer critical evidence for the anatomical evolution and ecological diversification during the earliest mammalian history. Two new e…
- Zhe-Xi Luo 2017-08-09 00:00:00
- Integrative clinical genomics of metastatic cancer
- Metastasis is the primary cause of cancer-related deaths. Although The Cancer Genome Atlas has sequenced primary tumour types obtained from surgical resections, much less comprehensive molecular an…
- Arul M. Chinnaiyan 2017-08-02 00:00:00
- Ram-pressure feeding of supermassive black holes
- When a supermassive black hole at the centre of a galaxy accretes matter, it gives rise to a highly energetic phenomenon: an active galactic nucleus. Numerous physical processes have been proposed…
- Alessandro Omizzolo 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Vigorous atmospheric motion in the red supergiant star Antares
- Red supergiant stars represent a late stage of the evolution of stars more massive than about nine solar masses, in which they develop complex, multi-component atmospheres. Bright spots have been d…
- K.-H. Hofmann 2017-08-16 00:00:00
- Electronic in-plane symmetry breaking at field-tuned quantum criticality in CeRhIn5
- Electronic nematic materials are characterized by a lowered symmetry of the electronic system compared to the underlying lattice, in analogy to the directional alignment without translational order…
- P. J. W. Moll 2017-08-07 00:00:00
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