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mercredi 22 juin 2016
It costs the United Kingdom £161 million per week to be in the EU, not £250 million, as stated in the Editorial ‘Turning point’ (Nature534, 295; 2016). The News story ‘Gene therapies pose million-dollar conundrum’ (Nature534, 305–306; (...)

Astrophysics: Recipe for a black-hole merger

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par J. J. Eldridge
The detection of a gravitational wave was a historic event that heralded a new phase of astronomy. A numerical model of the Universe now allows researchers to tell the story of the black-hole system that caused the wave. See Letter (...)

Watering silk flowers

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Kelly Sandoval
Left behind.

Turning point: Plant pioneer

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Virginia Gewin
How biotechnologist Mary-Dell Chilton discovered a way to put new genes into plants.

Genetics teaching: Carry on celebrating Mendel's legacy

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Tatiana T. Torres
I disagree with Gregory Radick's strategy for teaching modern genetics (Nature533, 293; 10.1038/533293a2016). In my view, we should not discard the legacies of Gregor Mendel, William Bateson, Walter Sutton, Thomas Hunt Morgan and their ilk, whose beautiful science (...)

Finances: Going for broke

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Elizabeth Devitt
Smart money management eases the financial worries that can affect academic success.

UK funding: Freelance scientists need EU for support

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Cécile B. Ménard, Melody Sandells
As 'freelance' scientists, we undertake research jointly with academic institutions and provide Earth-science modelling services for clients — an alternative career path that European Union funding enables us to pursue. If the United Kingdom chooses to leave the EU after this week's referendum, (...)

Conservation: Don't bank African rhinos in Australia

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Matt W. Hayward
The Australian Rhino Project (see aims to move 80 rhinoceroses from South Africa to Australia by 2019 as conservation 'insurance' against the poaching epidemic — at a cost of about US$3.5 million. The first 6 will go this year. In our view, (...)

Global Research Council: Commit to equity for women researchers

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par France A. Córdova
Heads of research agencies from nearly 50 countries — large and small, with developed and emerging economies — adopted a Statement of Principles and Actions Promoting the Equality and Status of Women in Research at the Global Research Council's fifth annual meeting last month (...)

Economics: GDP in the dock

mercredi 22 juin 2016 par Diane Coyle
Diane Coyle savours a history of the long-standing economic measure and possible alternatives.

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