ISSN 0036-8733 (Print)
Publisher: Nature Publishing
Science Agenda The Endangered Species Act is the most successful environmental legislation ever enacted
Big Data is stalking you
Anesthesia may have lingering effects on the brain, even years after an operation
The great debate about net neutrality
The First Starlight : Not long after the big bang, all light left the cosmos. How and why did it return?
Rise of the Human Predator : Our ancient ancestors' penchant for meat could account for much of who we are today
The RNA Revolution : Long overlooked as a mere cellular housekeeper, RNA has emerged as a path to a new world of medical treatment
Gorman, C.; Moran, D.F.
Journey to the Bottom of the Sea : High-tech submersibles are poised to explore the ocean's deepest trenches and to tackle long-standing questions about exotic creatures, the source of tsunamis and the origin of life on earth
The Genetic Geography of the Brain : The first detailed maps of what our genes are doing inside our brains show how very different we are from mice and challenge a long-held theory of how our gray matter works
Lein, E.; Hawrylycz, M.
False Hope : The rate at which global average temperature is rising has hit a plateau, but a climate crisis still looms in our future
The Secret Spiritual History of Calculus : Archival records reveal a clash over science and religion in the early history of integral calculus
The science of lying-why we do it
When it comes to the baseball stat rage, quantification doesn't always make it science
Americans agree on global warming