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Like oil in water, the contents of cells can segregate into droplets. It’s called phase separation, and biologists are seeing it everywhere.

Blockchain could let people offer health records for research — without losing control over them

Scientists are already debating whether the findings could overturn 20 years of conventional thought.

Physicists make misaligned sheets of the carbon material conduct electricity without resistance.

Neuroscientists are getting excited about non-invasive procedures to tune the brain’s natural oscillations.

Publishers would need to join forces to apply image-checking software across the literature.

It’s not just about rebellion. Neuroscience is revealing adolescents’ rich and nuanced relationship with risky behaviour.

Networks that harness entanglement and teleportation could enable leaps in security, computing and science.

The little skate walks using the same nerves and genes as mammals.

High-quality beams could be among the first practical applications of the booming field of topological physics.