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· What I wish my friends and family knew about my PhD.

· Universities spooked by Trump order tying free speech to grants.

· Working scientist podcast: Challenges and opportunities for materials researchers in China.

· Author Correction: A population of luminous accreting black holes with hidden mergers.

· Daily briefing: ?We call for the entire concept of statistical significance to be abandoned?.

· Publisher Correction: Glacial expansion of oxygen-depleted seawater in the eastern tropical Pacific.

· Physicists see new difference between matter and antimatter.

· Baby monkey is first primate created using sperm from tissue transplanted into dad.

· This plant is hiding secret stores of an anti-malaria drug.

· High-pressure research and a return to China: meet Haiyan Zheng.

· X-ray chimneys in the Galactic Centre.

· Japanese universities test collaboration.

· Complex societies precede moralizing gods throughout world history.

· Ratcheting up lipopolysaccharide transport.

· Podcast: Antibiotics in orchards, and rethinking statistical significance.

· Observation of unconventional chiral fermions with long Fermi arcs in CoSi.

· Structural basis of unidirectional export of lipopolysaccharide to the cell surface.

· Japan?s start-up gulf.

· Canada budget overlooks basic research.

· Materials science is helping to transform China into a high-tech economy.

· A potassium channel ?-subunit couples mitochondrial electron transport to sleep.

· Particle robotics based on statistical mechanics of loosely coupledcomponents.

· A NIK?SIX signalling axis controls inflammation by targeted silencing of non-canonical NF-?B.

· How biomaterials will support China?s ageing population.

· Topological chiral crystals with helicoid-arc quantum states.

· Daily briefing: How a ?super-smeller? can sniff out Parkinson?s disease.

· Scientists rise up against statistical significance.

· Japan expands international scientific links.

· Structural basis of lipopolysaccharide extraction by the LptB2FGC complex.

· Japan?s global connectors.

· Five ways media training helped me to boost the impact of my research.

· Neoantigen-directed immune escape in lung cancer evolution.

· Protein-slaying drugs could be the next blockbuster therapies.

· An X-ray chimney extending hundreds of parsecs above and below the Galactic Centre.

· Female scientists get less money and staff for their first labs.

· A guide to the Nature Index.

· Deep electrical imaging of the ultraslow-spreading Mohns Ridge.

· The Chinese researcher painting the printing industry green.

· Robotic collectives inspired by biological cells.

· ?Particle? robot swarm moves without computer control.

· It?s time to talk about ditching statistical significance.

· Recruitment of BRCA1 limits MYCN-driven accumulation of stalled RNA polymerase.

· The expanding landscape of ?oncohistone? mutations in human cancers.

· Gigantic EU research programme takes shape.

· Impenetrable ice, Mars rumbles and nuclear-fusion lab.

· Novel tau filament fold in chronic traumatic encephalopathy encloses hydrophobic molecules.

· Unconscious bias l?imits women?s careers.

· A picture is worth.

· Diverse and robust molecular algorithms using reprogrammable DNA self-assembly.

· Van der Waals integration before and beyond two-dimensional materials.

· Spraying diseased citrus orchards with antibiotics could backfire.

· Supercollider critics should learn from history.

· From the archive.

· Asteroid?s bumpiness threatens US plan to return a sample to Earth.

· Antibiotics set to flood Florida?s troubled orange orchards.

· Soap-bubble pioneer is first woman to win prestigious maths prize.

· Daily briefing: Desperate plan to save Florida oranges with antibiotics.

· Evolving society: why humanity coheres.

· Manage forests as protection against warming.

· The World Bank must clean up its act.

· Science looks worse because it?s getting better.

· UK pledges to bankroll nuclear-fusion lab threatened by Brexit.

· World Health Organization panel weighs in on CRISPR-babies debate.

· Author lists: include original language script and unique identifiers.

· NASA cuts to Europa mission anger planetary scientists.

· A p?et monkey was buried some 4,000 years ago with same rites as humans.

· Three more unsung women ? astatine discovery.

· Mystery of dark-matter signal deepens with replication attempts.

· The unexpected surface of asteroid (101955) Bennu.

· Invasive species to surge as ship traffic soars on the high seas.

· The importance of being introspective in the lab.

· Attosecond angular streaking and tunnelling time in atomic hydrogen.

· Visualizing DNA folding and RNA in embryos at single-cell resolution.

· Daily briefing: Top tips for undergraduates looking to break into the lab.

· The rise and fall of scientific authority ? and how to bring it back.

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