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Personalized cancer vaccines show glimmers of success

05 July 2017

Treatments tailored to a person's individual cancer mutations train immune system to attack tumours. Read More


Single-cell biology

05 July 2017

Analyses of life's most basic elements promise to improve therapies and provide insights into some of the most fundamental processes in biology. Read More


French scientist fined for failure to disclose industry ties

05 July 2017

Pulmonologist Michel Aubier has been found guilty of misleading France's Senate during an inquiry on air pollution. Read More

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Chinese rocket failure, Fukushima trial and discarded fish

05 July 2017

The week in science: 30 June–6 July 2017. Read More


Get the glow: the secret to deep-water corals' radiance

05 July 2017

Organisms use red fluorescent protein to optimize light for photosynthesis. Read More


How to build a human cell atlas

05 July 2017

Aviv Regev is a maven of hard-core biological analyses. Now she is part of an effort to map every cell in the human body. Read More


The trickiest family tree in biology

05 July 2017

Scientists are striving for a deeper view of development, from embryo to adult, cell-by-cell. Read More


Europe's next big science-funding programme urged to double its budget

04 July 2017

Influential report suggests simpler, more citizen-friendly system for post-2020 EU research funding. Read More


Qatar blockade hits helium supply

04 July 2017

Researchers braced for shortages as Gulf state forced to close its refineries. Read More


Our obsession with eminence warps research

04 July 2017

Many decisions about whose work is recognized are at least partially arbitrary, and we should acknowledge that, argues Simine Vazire. Read More


Italy's anti-nepotism drive picked up in surname study

04 July 2017

Statistical study of how names are geographically distributed suggests fewer professors are hiring relatives after 2010 clampdown. Read More


Germany and Poland launch research 'twinning' effort

04 July 2017

Bilateral partnership may provide new blueprint for EU east-west collaboration. Read More


Google spin-off deploys wearable electronics for huge health study

04 July 2017

Large projects explore how to integrate data from smart devices with other health metrics. Read More


Seawater is the secret to long-lasting Roman concrete

03 July 2017

Ancient recipe has lasted 2,000 years thanks to chemical reactions that result in a rare mineral. Read More


Ebola outbreak in Africa ends — but gaps in public health leave region vulnerable

02 July 2017

Experts say effective response to the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo helped prevent the virus from spreading. Read More

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