- Liquid-biopsies success highlights power of combining basic and clinical research
Using free-floating DNA to detect lung cancer brings benefits to researchers and patients alike.
- More surgeons must start doing basic science
They say they don't have the time or incentives to do research — and that’s dangerous for translational medicine.
- Announcement: Nature journals support the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment
Nature Research will this week formally sign up to the principles outlined in the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment, commonly known as DORA. Nature Research (the Nature-branded journals, Scientific Reports, Scientific Data and the Nature Partner Journals) has long been editorially aligned with
- Planetariums — not just for kids
Planetariums are not just for education, or even astronomy: they could display all sorts of data, if only scientists thought to use them, says Tom Kwasnitschka.
- March for Science, climate engineering and China's space station
The week in science: 21–27 April 2017
- Clean-air Adventure Series: South Lake Tahoe
The “adventures-in-clean-air” series continues. Big-city life has its advantages and benefits but it also has its drawbacks. So, it is with the last in mind, that there are times when the part of us that ... Read more
- Infectious component of celiac disease?
I have been waiting for an article like this to be published. It’s finally arrived!! Anecdotal experiences from my very own life has evolved the following pet theory: presence of an antigen during a non-related ... Read more
- New appetite control mechanism found in brain
- Slender face identified as novel marker for left-handedness
- The Upside of Worrying