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Photo project spotlights scientists from under-represented groups

08 March 2017

Campaign on Wikipedia seeks to reveal the hidden faces of female scientists and those from minority ethnic groups. Read More


Magnetic hard drives go atomic

08 March 2017

Physicists demonstrate the first single-atom magnetic storage. Read More


The quest to crystallize time

08 March 2017

Bizarre forms of matter called time crystals were supposed to be physically impossible. Now they're not. Read More

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Neanderthal tooth plaque hints at meals — and kisses

08 March 2017

Analysis paints picture of diets, medicine and possible intimacy with humans. Read More


China's coal use, mould money and Russia's new doping lab

08 March 2017

The week in science: 3–9 March 2017. Read More


Open-data contest unearths scientific gems — and controversy

08 March 2017

Hundreds of researchers pick through clinical trial from a major blood-pressure study, to the dismay of some who collected the information. Read More


Patchy progress on fixing global gender disparities in science

08 March 2017

'Leaky pipeline' stands the test of time, with overall progress for women in research continuing at a crawl. Read More


How Facebook, fake news and friends are warping your memory

07 March 2017

Research on collective recall takes on new importance in a post-fact world. Read More


Prominent British geneticist offers defence in long-running misconduct investigation

07 March 2017

David Latchman says he did not have direct involvement in images at the heart of criticized papers from his group. Read More


The perfect grant and how to get it

07 March 2017

To help scientists build a career, Panayiota Poirazi says funders must earmark cash, reduce emphasis on collaboration and improve the application process. Read More


What Trump's new travel ban means for science

06 March 2017

Policy reinstates restrictions on immigration from six countries but exempts current visa-holders. Read More


Quantum microscope offers MRI for molecules

06 March 2017

Diamond-based imaging system uses magnetic resonance of electrons to detect charged atoms and peer at chemical reactions in real time. Read More


Taxi-sharing in cities follows universal maths law

06 March 2017

Ride-sharing algorithm finds untapped potential to cut costs and reduce emissions in cities around the world. Read More


IBM's quantum cloud computer goes commercial

06 March 2017

Company plans a bigger, better system aimed at creating a market for the still-immature technology. Read More


How the fallout from Trump's travel ban is reshaping science

02 March 2017

Researchers are cutting short travel, ending collaborations and rethinking their US ties. Read More


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