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Nature News&Comment

Research funded by the Gates Foundation can’t be published in top journals:
Amygdala could be control center for predatory behaviours:
Think you know CRISPR? Think again. Five #CRISPR mysteries to get your head around:
The Nature podcast is back for 2017, listen now to get the lowdown on the year ahead:
Five mysteries to solve about #CRISPR's origins:
What spins as fast a centrifuge but costs and weighs less? A paperfuge!
Curcumin: no evidence it has any specific therapeutic benefits:
Some scientists are optimistic about the effect #Brexit could have on the environment:
Tilikum dies, US antibiotic ban and a Nazi-science probe: it's the week in #science
List of rumoured contenders for Trump’s NIH chief more surprising than you think:
The secrets of 'bat-nav' have finally been revealed, and it's all down to neurons:
The Nature podcast is back for 2017! This week: choice, pests & predictions. Listen now:
Unlocking the mysteries of #CRISPR requires grappling with the strange biology of microbes:
Bats' superior navigation is down to a cell recently discovered in the animal's brain:
CRISPR-Cas could easily force organisms to self-destruct, but it doesn’t. Why? #CRISPR
The cell responsible for giving bats their 'inner GPS' has finally been identified:
Predatory instincts in mice can be activated by lasers:
Despite the hype surrounding #CRISPR, a lot of questions still remain about its origins:
Five big mysteries about CRISPR’s origins explained: #CRISPR
Tilikum dies, US antibiotic ban and a Nazi-science probe: it's the last 7 days in #science
‘Nature-based solutions’ isn't the green jargon you think it is:
Voting systems have come under scrutiny recently, so how do we improve them?
Chinese #AI company @iCarbonX thinks it will be able to mine health data faster than rivals:
Retroviruses are older than we thought. Like, way older:
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