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Nature News&Comment

From gaming to philosophy: Aldo Faisal explores the life of VR visionary Jaron Lanier
Meet the axolotl, biology's beloved amphibian that's presenting researchers with a conservation paradox.
In mouse studies, club-drug ketamine only acted as an antidepressant when administered by men
Giant South Africa telescope angers locals over mobile phone 'dead zones':
Europe sets priorities for hunting cosmic particles:
What countries' constitutions reveal about how societies evolve:
Arecibo radio telescope wins surprise reprieve from the US National Science Foundation
Mobile phone 'dead zones' created by South Africa's SKA telescope anger locals who worry about its effect on the local economy:
Tuberculosis remains a big killer despite the development of a better test for detecting the disease:
Despite being bred widely in captivity, the axolotl is nearly extinct in its natural habitat. And this is a problem:
Pluto's hazy skies may be the reason behind its super-cold atmosphere:
African scientists will soon get their own open-access publishing platform: #oa #openaccess
Despite dealing with their own losses, researchers set out to assess effects on health in Hurricane Maria's aftermath:
China's new neutron-science facility will allow the country's top scientists to compete in multiple physics and engineering fields:
"The idea of quantum supremacy sets a nice theoretical puzzle, but says little about what quantum computers might ultimately do for society."
Lab mice's ancestral 'Eve' gets her genome sequenced to help scientists understand 'genetic drift' as a result of inbreeding:
Archaeologists say a human-evolution study used stolen bone, casting doubt on claims for early-human occupation in northern Europe:
4 scientists hit hard by recent powerful hurricanes share their tips for weathering disasters:
A resurrected malaria strategy is saving thousands of children's lives in West Africa from the disease:
Justice in genomics: how grand sequencing projects have really played out in society
The beetle's unique ability to catapult itself out of trouble could help machines maneuver out of tricky spots:
Science’s golden ticket: Ehsan Masood on what might happen when governments see research as investment
World's carbon emissions set to spike by 2% in 2017, driven by increased coal use in China:
From gaming to philosophy: Aldo Faisal explores the life of VR visionary Jaron Lanier
Sex matters in mouse experiments on party drug ketamine
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