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· Caster Semenya ruling: sports federation is flouting ethics rules.

· Ebola survivors are protected from infection years after illness.

· Why collaborating with industry can provide a career boost.

· Author Correction: Evolutionary history resolves global organization of root functional traits.

· Daily briefing: First randomized controlled trial shows why a junk-food diet packs on weight.

· Snakebite crisis gets US$100-million boost for better antivenoms.

· Italian p?hysicists to stand trial for conditions in underground lab.

· How Australia?s election will decide its role in climate change.

· Harassment survivors demand stronger action by US biomedical agency.

· Daily briefing: Biggest-ever synthetic genome recodes E. coli without redundant bits.

· Construction of an Escherichia coli genome with fewer codons sets records.

· Mystery of deadly Indonesian tsunami cracked using social-media videos.

· First strict test shows why a junk-food diet packs on weight.

· Daily briefing: San Francisco bans facial-recognition technology.

· Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses.

· Singapore passes ?fake news? law following researcher outcry.

· A guide to the Nature Index.

· The Moon?s mantle unveiled.

· Targeting the CBM complex causes Treg cells to prime tumours for immune checkpoint therapy.

·  New tools for new treatments.

· Sampling the volatile-rich transition zone beneath Bermuda.

· An apical hypoxic niche sets the pace of shoot meristem activity.

· Companies persist with biomedical papers.

· Springer Nature journals unify their policy to encourage preprint sharing.

· Deploy diverse renewables to save tropical rivers.

· Transcriptional cofactors display specificity for distinct types of core promoters.

· Author Correction: Metabolic reprogramming by the S-nitroso-CoA reductase system protects against kidney injury.

· Temporal and spectral fingerprints of ultrafast all-coherent spin switching.

· Mitochondrial fragmentation drives selective removal of deleterious mtDNA in the germline.

· Indonesia tops open-access publishing charts.

· Small advances amount to big changes in biomedical sciences.

· Epigenetic evolution and lineage histories of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia.

· Chang?E-4 initial spectroscopic identification of lunar far-side mantle-derived materials.

· Self-verifying variational quantum simulation of lattice models.

· Cavity quantum electrodynamics with atom-like mirrors.

· Stem-cell and genetic therapies make a healthy marriage.

· Ways to give an effective seminar about your research project.

· Being a PhD student shouldn?t be bad for your health.

· First probe on the Moon?s far side uncovers hints of lunar interior.

· Nerve cells from the brain invade prostate tumours.

· Chinese investments fuel growth in African science.

· Rapid progress transforms ideals of health.

· Distinct modes of cell competition shape mammalian tissue morphogenesis.

· Podcast: Recoding genomes, and material from the Moon's far side.

· Transcription factors and 3D genome conformation in cell-fate decisions.

· Progenitors from the central nervous system drive neurogenesis in cancer.

· Lili Milani banks Estonia?s genomic potential.

· Author Correction: Photoredox catalysis using infrared light via triplet fusion upconversion.

· Scaling up quantum simulations.

· Total synthesis of Escherichia coli with a recoded genome.

· Terror deaths, primate research and nuclear deal falters.

· Tracing the origin of adult intestinal stem cells.

· Remember.

· Mapping HIV prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa between 2000 and 2017.

· Russia joins in global gene-editing bonanza.

· Triple halo marks the spot where water gets a chill.

· Tornado scientists send drone fleet into violent thunderstorms.

· From the archive.

· French cuts to research jobs could fuel brain drain.

· The trickster microbes that are shaking up the tree of life.

· A bird-based game takes wing.

· EU must outlaw ivory trade before laxity derails other bans.

· Artificial intelligence is selecting grant reviewers in China.

· Long-term studies will? track indelible marks of first flu.

· Publisher Correction: p53 regulation of ammonia metabolism through urea cycle controls polyamine biosynthesis.

· The gene that explains why some snails are ?lefties?.

· Stats: a trillion P values and counting.

· Daily briefing: Deepest dive ever finds plastic bag at the bottom of the Mariana Trench.

· Vaccination lags behind in middle-income countries.

· Europe?s premier research funder appoints new president.

· How a Nigerian biochemist hopes to stop the spread of sleeping-sickness disease.

· Put equity first in climate adaptation.

· The future of genetic engineering, a treasure trove of insects, and a love letter to getting lost: Books in brief.

· Don?t muddy Walter Munk?s legacy.

· Stats: P values akin to ?beyond reasonable doubt?.

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