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Act now and avert a climate crisis
There isn’t much that focuses the mind like a deadline. Just ask any journalist, or indeed anyone working for a government.
‘Elation but also sadness’: what it’s like to measure extreme temperatures in a warming world
On a searing day in late July, Katie Martyr was more worried about watering her wilting plants than whether she was ...
Italy’s rise in research impact pinned on ‘citation doping’
Italy is climbing international rankings of research impact, but that doesn’t mean the country’s science has improved or ...
Lost Moon craft, e-cigarette deaths and Iran’s nuclear activity
India loses contact with Moon craft India’s space agency lost contact with its Moon lander during the final few minutes of ...
What’s next for Registered Reports?
What part of a research study — hypotheses, methods, results, or discussion — should remain beyond a scientist’s control? The ...
Keep quantum computing global and open
The race to cash in is draining universities of talent, fracturing the field and closing off avenues of enquiry, warn Jacob D ...
Electrochemical reactions drive morphing of materials
Seung-Yeol Jeon is in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, Johns Hopkins ...
The enlightenment of age
Toren Finkel holds the Beckwith Chair in Translational Medicine and is director of the Aging Institute at the University of ...
Risk of acute stroke in patients with retinal artery occlusion: a systematic review and meta-analysis
To estimate the incidence of acute cerebral ischaemia detected by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in acute central retinal ...
A new tool puts a number on mouse pain
Prick the paw of a mouse with a pin and it will pull that paw away. Many researchers have long relied on this withdrawal ...
How those researching adaptation to climate change might reduce their own carbon footprints
Scientists who work with communities most affected by climate change might find it hard to adjust their air-travel habits, ...
Lead immobilization assisted by fungal decomposition of organophosphate under various pH values
Lead (Pb) is the most widespread toxic metal in the world. It presents a more serious environmental and health toxicity than ...