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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 go.nature.com/28c8s29) 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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