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Gene targeted for its role in HIV is linked to increased severity of other infectious diseases — and has implications for learning in mice.

Viral hepatitis is on the rise. Tackling hepatitis B in Africa is key to fighting back.

The discovery pushes back the evidence of hominins in Algeria by 600,000 years, and suggests tool use arose in different parts of Africa independently.

Personalized white blood cells attack tumours after incubation with cancer tissue.

Technological advances are transforming what researchers can study at the atomic scale.

Research is moving fast on the divisive genetic technology, which could help to eradicate diseases but also risks altering ecosystems in unpredictable ways.

Structures could help researchers to study the early stages of brain development disorders, including epilepsy.

Understanding the dynamics of quantum systems far from equilibrium is one of the most pressing issues in physics. Three experiments based on ultracold atomic systems provide a major step forward.

Built from the bottom up, synthetic cells and other creations are starting to come together and could soon test the boundaries of life.

Scientists are using artificial intelligence to identify genetic sequences molded by evolutionary pressures.