ISSN 0036-8733 (Print)
Publisher: Nature Publishing
The authority on climate change needs to change its ways
A move is afoot to keep climate science out of classrooms
Scott, E.C.; Berbeco, M.
Coyotes in the city. Lopsided universe. Sensitive sperm. Shoring up organ shortages. Headless memories
Doctors race to protect kids as whooping cough vaccines wear off
Want that new software? Prepare to pay up-month after month after month
An Ear to the Big Bang: Devices that will measure gravitational waves for the first time should let astronomers observe the first few moments after the big bang
Long Live the Humans: Modern genomes and ancient mummies are yielding clues to why the life span of Homo sapiens far exceeds that of other primates
Crossroads of Invention A good idea can be powerful
Who Will Bankroll the Next Big Idea? Life-changing technologies lie waiting in the laboratories, languishing for lack of support. Here's how to fix the system
The Polyglot Patent Boom The secret to China's boom in new technologies
Branstetter, L.; Li, G.; Veloso, F.
Innovation Scorecard Which nations best capitalize on their science?
Why Can't Mexico Make Science Pay Off? One company seemed to have everything going for it, including the best minds and support in high places, but failed anyway
Help for the Child with Autism: Some existing therapies produce lasting benefits, and more are on the horizon
Lange, N.; McDougle, C.J.
The Data-Driven Society Handled properly, the digital traces we leave behind each day could serve as the foundation of a healthier, more prosperous world
How to Build a Robot Octopus This humble cephalopod is inspiring flexible, talented machines
Russia's New Empire: Nuclear Power By aggressively selling reactors all over the world, Russia is raising safety concerns
Primates of the world. Craig Venter on digital DNA. The search for life among the stars. Love and math
When science doesn't support beliefs, ideology needs to give way
The origin of life on earth was less shocking than supposed
Graphic Science Green energy guzzles metals