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A neuroscientist uncovers how the brain constructs an unknowable reality: go.nature.com/2piSGVe
đź“– This week's science must-reads, featuring driverless cars, 6 ways to save the planet and unscientific politicians:go.nature.com/2pjaLT1Uv
Guns and roses: we review Robert Sapolsky’s monumental study of human vacillations go.nature.com/2pVlLlP
Are you saving for retirement? Many researchers find it difficult to so, but it's important to start early: go.nature.com/2pVvHMd
Analysis of thousands of researchers on Twitter reveals what scientists are really doing on the social-media site go.nature.com/2pHoPTq
Loop extrusion explains how DNA stays tangle-free, yet no one can agree on what powers it: go.nature.com/2oupztm
French scientists focus on the big political picture as presidential election looms: go.nature.com/2oJebLQ
Mining threatens Chinese fossil site that revealed planet's earliest animals: go.nature.com/2oU4hHn
This week's science must-reads, featuring driverless cars, 6 ways to save the planet and unscientific politicians: go.nature.com/2pjaLT1
Fibonacci’s real mathematical legacy: a look at the Pisan's part in spreading numeracy through Europe go.nature.com/2pGjNqd
A neuroscientist uncovers how the brain constructs an unknowable reality: go.nature.com/2piSGVe
Are you saving for a pension? Researchers are likely to find it harder to do so, so here's how to start: go.nature.com/2pVvHMd
Guns and roses: we review Robert Sapolsky’s monumental study of human vacillations go.nature.com/2pVlLlP
Loop extrusion explains how DNA stays tangle-free, but what powers it? go.nature.com/2oupztm
A series of odd findings at the LHC have physicists hoping for new particles: go.nature.com/2oWg5Ls
Mice treated with a protein found in human blood plasma improved their performance on memory tests: go.nature.com/2onqzAc
Researchers need to work out how technology can improve public institutions: go.nature.com/2pCByqE
Catch up on the last 7 days in science, featuring fake-drug crackdown, tackling misconduct and Europa’s plumes:
Physicists excited by latest LHC anomaly go.nature.com/2oWg5Ls
Drivers gear up for world’s first nanocar race, where chemists will navigate single molecules along a tiny track: go.nature.com/2pQMdwX
A protein found in young human blood has been shown to improve brain function in old mice for the first time: go.nature.com/2onqzAc
French scientists focus on the big political picture ahead of presidential elections: go.nature.com/2oJebLQ
Fake-drug crackdown, tackling misconduct and Europa’s plumes: catch up on the last 7 days in science go.nature.com/2oOrbQc
“Hectic, hysterical, and full of twists and turns”: scientists in France reflect on an election like no other go.nature.com/2pdZB28
Social networks push runners to run further and faster than their friends: go.nature.com/2pOJ8NY
 
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