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But some experts say author Shinichi Mochizuki failed to fix fatal flaw in solution of major arithmetics problem.

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A reduction in seismic noise because of changes in human activity is a boon for geoscientists.

Radical proposal to conduct ‘human challenge’ studies could dramatically speed up vaccine research.

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Satellite tracking of marine predators in the Southern Ocean has revealed key ecological areas under disproportionate pressure from human activities. These results show the value of tracking data for informing conservation efforts.

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In 1980, a method was found to determine the amount of carbon dioxide in ancient air trapped in polar ice — providing direct evidence that CO2 is coupled to climate, and affects global temperatures in the past, present and future.

From papers published to carbon emissions to confirmed cases, these data reveal an unprecedented viral outbreak and its impacts around the world.

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As geopolitical tensions rise in nuclear-armed states, scientists are modelling the global impact of nuclear war.

Three leading health officials talk about gauging the size of local outbreaks, and why containment strategies aren’t futile yet.

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Mice originally bred for SARS research are in high demand.

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Researchers have identified microscopic features that could make the pathogen more infectious than the SARS virus — and serve as drug targets.

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