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People who beat infection in 1976 can make antibodies against Ebola today.

Tracking study suggests the Arctic whales are particularly vulnerable to human disturbance.

As debate rumbles on about how much poor statistics is to blame for poor reproducibility, Nature asked influential statisticians to recommend one change to improve science. The common theme? The problem is not our maths, but ourselves.

Researchers funded by the US military are developing appliances to record neural activity and automatically stimulate the brain to treat mental illness.

Astronomers expand ideas of how chemistry and geology could affect chances for life on other worlds.

Complex chemistry in the dwarf planet’s upper atmosphere may explain one of its biggest mysteries

Increased coal use in China appears to drive the first increase in global greenhouse-gas output since 2014.

Volunteers’ use of certain words predicted stress-related changes in gene expression better than their self-reported feelings.

Studies find that species diversity and antibiotics influence cutting-edge treaments.

Hints emerge that past environments could have influenced psychiatric disorders.