- Liquid-biopsies success highlights power of combining basic and clinical research
- Using free-floating DNA to detect lung cancer brings benefits to researchers and patients alike.
- 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- More surgeons must start doing basic science
- They say they don't have the time or incentives to do research — and that’s dangerous for translational medicine.
- 2017-04-21 00:00:00
- Announcement: Nature journals support the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment
- Nature Research will this week formally sign up to the principles outlined in the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment, commonly known as DORA. Nature Research (the Nature-branded journ…
- 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Planetariums — not just for kids
- Planetariums are not just for education, or even astronomy: they could display all sorts of data, if only scientists thought to use them, says Tom Kwasnitschka.
- Tom Kwasnitschka 2017-04-25 00:00:00
- March for Science, climate engineering and China's space station
- The week in science: 21–27 April 2017
- California’s $3-billion bet on stem cells faces final test
- Major investment in regenerative medicine enters its last stage — and the money might run out before treatments are ready.
- Amy Maxmen 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Ripple effects of New Zealand earthquake continue to this day
- November tremor sparked slow, deep movements in Earth’s crust that increase the chances of a similar severe quake within a year.
- Alexandra Witze 2017-04-24 00:00:00
- Mining threatens Chinese fossil site that revealed planet's earliest animals
- Protests sparked by the destruction of three key fossil-hunting areas result in a temporary halt of phosphate mining.
- David Cyranoski 2017-04-20 00:00:00
- What happened at March for Science events around the world
- Nature reported from marches in cities including Sydney, Washington DC and Paris, as people took to the streets in support of science.
- Emiliano Rodriguez Mega 2017-04-21 00:00:00
- Surprise El Niño causes devastation but offers lessons for ecologists
- How Peruvian coastal deserts respond to rains will aid future disaster response.
- Barbara Fraser 2017-04-25 00:00:00
- The next big hit in molecule Hollywood
- Superfast imaging techniques are giving researchers their best views yet of what happens in the atomic world.
- Mark Peplow 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Reviewers are blinkered by bibliometrics
- Science panels still rely on poor proxies to judge quality and impact. That results in risk-averse research, say Paula Stephan, Reinhilde Veugelers and Jian Wang.
- Jian Wang 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Artificial Intelligence: Chess match of the century
- Demis Hassabis lauds Garry Kasparov's account of battling supercomputer Deep Blue.
- Demis Hassabis 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Psychology: Science in spite of itself
- Barbara A. Spellman hails an analysis of reproducibility in psychology by a champion for change.
- Barbara A. Spellman 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Books in brief
- Barbara Kiser reviews five of the week's best science picks.
- Barbara Kiser 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Predatory journals: fortify the defences
- Ongoing initiatives are crucial for keeping researchers informed about predatory journals and the fraudulent strategies they use to recruit submissions (see P.Sorokowskiet al. Nature543, 481–483;…
- Osmar J. Luiz 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Predatory journals: Beall's List is missed
- Beall's List of predatory publishers, now withdrawn, was instrumental in the fight against the dubious practices of some online open-access science journals (see P.Sorokowskiet al. Nature543, 4…
- Wadim Strielkowski 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Neurosurgery: Gentler alternatives to chips in the brain
- As physicians and neuroscientists, we are concerned about the clinical and scientific limitations of chip-in-the-brain technology. Until these problems are overcome, we argue that less invasive met…
- Robert Ajemian 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Commerce: Help bigger palm oil yields to save land
- Technological innovation in oil-palm farming could help both to boost yields of palm oil and to reduce deforestation, but only if higher productivity causes palm-oil prices to drop sufficiently to…
- Pablo Pacheco 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Environment: An old clue to the secret of longevity
- Epidemiologists are seeking to identify the lifestyle and environmental factors that make the Greek inhabitants of Ikaria, a small island in the Aegean Sea, one of the world's longest-lived pop…
- Christodoulos Stefanadis 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Politics: Turbulence ahead
- US science faces a political storm, and early-career researchers should prepare themselves.
- Julia Rosen 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Harassment: University transparency
- Australian institutions aim for open policy on sexual-assault data.
- 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Physics: Degrees of progress
- More women than ever earn US physics PhDs.
- 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Query, Queue, Repeat
- Digital dilemma.
- Steven Fischer 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Food security
- Richard Hodson 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Nutrition: A world of insecurity
- Malnutrition is a global problem. With population and consumption set to rise over the coming decades, achieving food security will require action on many fronts.
- Julie Gould 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Agrobiodiversity: The living library
- Wild and heirloom plants are giving major crop varieties, and the global food system, a genetic makeover.
- Karl Gruber 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Bioengineering: Solar upgrade
- Plant scientists are redesigning photosynthesis to improve crop yields and feed a growing population.
- Katherine Bourzac 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Egypt: Space to grow
- Fertile land is at a premium in Egypt. Reclaiming the desert is repeatedly proposed as the solution, but should the country be doing more with what it already has?
- Louise Sarant 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Perspective: Look beyond production
- Malnutrition is the new normal. Addressing it will require changes across the entire food system, says John Ingram.
- John Ingram 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Sustainability: A meaty issue
- Our insatiable appetite for red meat is bad for our health and for the planet. Sustainable alternatives are in the pipeline, but will they convince us to make the switch?
- Olive Heffernan 2017-04-26 00:00:00
- Technology: The Future of Agriculture
- A technological revolution in farming led by advances in robotics and sensing technologies looks set to disrupt modern practice.
- Anthony King 2017-04-26 00:00:00
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