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As machine learning infiltrates society, scientists are trying to help ward off injustice.

Stop saying that publication metrics don’t matter, and tell early-career researchers what does, says John Tregoning.

Health workers battling Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo can diagnose the virus in hours, instead of days.

Estimated cost of geoengineering technology to fight climate change has plunged since a 2011 analysis.

Being inclusive gives research groups a competitive edge. It also happens to be the right thing to do.

Nature speaks to linguist Sheri Wells-Jensen who co-hosted a workshop about the challenges of communicating with extraterrestrials.

Several projects are testing the idea of doling out funds that people can use however they want.

The ubiquitous particles are helping to map the innards of pyramids and volcanoes, and spot missing nuclear waste.

The intestinal microbiome seems to influence how well some cancer drugs work. But is the science ripe for clinical trials?

Scientists scramble to analyze data from Kilauea, which shot ash 9 kilometres into the atmosphere.