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In a research system already riven with allegations over exam cheating, plagiarism, and data fabrication, these clashes raise further questions about integrity.

Croatia’s science minister rejects calls to resign amid plagiarism scandal

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It has long been a mystery as to why the evolutionarily distant giant and red pandas have evolved such similar lifestyles and body forms. Now, research reveals it could be down to changes in certain genes.

How the panda’s ‘thumb’ evolved twice

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In an age when the truth has never been so important, scientists must work to change the way socially relevant science is presented to the public.

Give the public the tools to trust scientists

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Experts gathered today in Davos for the World Economic Forum to discuss Artificial Intelligence and how it can benefit society. In this Nature news feature, we look at how making ethical robots is one of AI's most difficult challenges.

Machine ethics: The robot’s dilemma

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It was thanks to collaboration, not competition, that the first Ebola drug deployed during the outbreak in 2013 was produced.

How to turn competitors into collaborators

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Scientists must fight back with the truth about the debunked link between vaccines and autism if Trump goes ahead with his vaccine safety commission.

Trump’s vaccine-commission idea is biased and dangerous

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May has backed a clean break from the EU, including the single market in a long-awaited speech given today. We've gathered the most important news, analysis and comment for scientists in the UK and globally who are concerned about the future of science in the wake of Brexit.

Brexit and science: what you need to know

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Academics in Croatia and abroad immediately called for Barisic’s resignation, but the minister said he had done nothing wrong.

Croatia’s science minister rejects calls to resign amid plagiarism scandal

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Astronaut Gene Cernan has died at the age of 82. Read our review of Reflections of a Moonwalker, a documentary about the ex-Navy jet pilot who became the last man to walk on the moon.

Reflections of a Moonwalker: A view From the Bridge

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For the study, geneticists produced the first ever genome sequence of the red panda in order to compare it with that of the giant panda.

How the panda’s ‘thumb’ evolved twice

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US Vice President Joe Biden will share updates on the progress made with the US Government's cancer 'moonshoot' initiative later today at the #wef17 in Davos. Have these 10 recommendations from cancer experts been met?

Cancer experts unveil wishlist for US government ‘moonshot’

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National security or medical advancement? Susan Smith’s book 'Toxic Exposures' is a shocking study of the Allies' experiments during WWII. [ Nature.com Link ]

Chemistry: The hidden war

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It may sound vague, but the term represents real and vital concepts.

‘Nature-based solutions’ is the latest green jargon that means more than...

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Publications such as Nature and Science have policies that clash with the global health charity's open-access mandate.

Gates Foundation research can’t be published in some journals

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Viruses appear to kill half the world’s bacteria every two days.

Five big mysteries about CRISPR’s origins

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Nature editorial: A US congressional investigation about research that uses human fetal tissue sets a troubling precedent.

Fantasy politics over fetal-tissue research

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How can we make voting systems better?

Compare voting systems to improve them

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After a decade of progress, Argentina’s scientists are battling a government bent on twisting public conceptions of their role.

Where science and nonsense collide

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In order for this to be feasible, scientists and researchers are exploring other techniques such as new baits, species-specific poisons and genetic tweaks that interfere with animal fertility.

Behind New Zealand’s wild plan to purge all pests

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With tiny wireless devices attached to their skulls, these Egyptian fruit bats were released into a large flight room where they flew a full 360 degrees before navigating to a food perch in the center. The positioning of this food perch, it turned out, was key to pinpointing these navigational vector cells.

Sat-nav neurons tell bats where to go

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