Archivo: Nature News

Seeing cosmic events is one thing, but what if you could hear them and taste them, too?

Grafting human cancer cells into mice alters tumour evolution.

Bird-bone structures emerge from an evolution-like algorithm.

A method for precisely editing genes in human embryos hints at a cure for a blood disease

Researchers report chemical evidence of organisms that lived 3.95 billion years ago, but scepticism abounds.

The brainless marine creatures are the simplest organisms known to seek slumber.

Data from spacecraft could help determine the age of Saturn’s rings and the persistence of its magnetic field.

Improvements in mapping protein–protein interactions are allowing researchers to deconstruct the delicate mechanics of cells.

US Geological Survey says tremor within Cocos Plate, not at the plate boundary.

Analysis of 215,000 people’s DNA suggests variants that shorten life are being selected against.