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Nature News & Comment
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Nature News & Comment 2h
Erna Solberg on fisheries, fossil fuels and the future of the oceans.
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Nature News & Comment 2h
Fourteen nations have made an unprecedented and welcome commitment to use marine ecosystems sustainably. It is equally important to establish a system to hold them to account.
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Nature News & Comment 2h
Unleash the ocean’s potential to boost economies sustainably while addressing climate change, food security and biodiversity.
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Why I put my political will behind knowledge to benefit the ocean and humanity.
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Nature News & Comment 6h
Ten researchers with expertise in virology, public health and animals will seek to answer this key question.
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Nature News & Comment 8h
The workings of powerful computers, the processes of evolution, the market forces that drive the global economy. To conceptualize such unseen forces, researchers have long invoked thought experiments involving demons, devils, golems or genies.
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Nature News & Comment 10h
Physicist Arthur Ashkin had an infectious passion for exploring optical forces.
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Nature News & Comment 12h
A group of 153 Nobel laureates are campaigning for medical researcher Ahmadreza Djalali's release.
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Nature News & Comment 14h
More than 10 billion doses of vaccines against have been pre-ordered.
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Nature News & Comment 15h
Most funders have no plans to provide postdoctoral researchers with additional pandemic funding. Society will pay a high price if this neglect continues.
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Nature News & Comment 17h
Why do stone, bronze, iron, oil and data get all the attention?
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Nature News & Comment 18h
New tool from seems to help researchers sort through search results faster than viewing titles and abstracts.
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Nature News & Comment 20h
"This kind of analysis is not about women — it’s about getting the research right, and it benefits everyone"
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Nature News & Comment 22h
The ability to accurately predict protein structures from their amino-acid sequence would vastly accelerate efforts to understand the building blocks of cells and enable quicker and more advanced drug discovery.
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Nature News & Comment Nov 30
"I love to see how members of my team, who might come from a background such as genomics or pharmacology, fall in love with immunology."
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Nature News & Comment Nov 30
Medical researcher Ahmadreza Djalali is to be moved to a different prison pending 'imminent' execution.
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Nature News & Comment Nov 30
After 75 years, is facing one of its toughest tests.
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Nature News & Comment Nov 30
Canada leads the pack in terms of doses secured per capita.
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Nature News & Comment Nov 30
Tens of thousands of ice-age paintings stretch across nearly 13 kilometres of remote cliffs. Plus, DeepMind makes a protein-folding breakthrough and a top Iranian nuclear scientist has been assassinated.
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Nature News & Comment Nov 30
Long hours and a lack of job security, combined with workplace bullying and discrimination, are forcing many to consider leaving science, according to our inaugural postdoc survey.
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