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From despair to repair: Empowering communities to restore their oceans.

Marine biologist, Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, talks to Nature about sustaining ocean ecosystems and coastal livelihoods in the Caribbean, against a gloomy backdrop of climate change, overfishing and pollution.

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Scientific Data encourages authors to share their code with a new coding section added to article templates.

Read our code sharing tips and share your own.

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Star buzzed Solar System during human prehistory.

The red dwarf star was discovered in 2013 in images recorded by NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission.

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Saudi Arabia's cutting-edge 'attosecond' laser is a first for the Arab world. The launch builds on a collaboration with Western scientists that has required some cultural adjustments.

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Exposing the geology of the Sahara desert in the shadow of terrorism & political instability. 

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Science may be progressing too fast for the courts to keep up. Is forensic science a discipline in crisis?

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Lawyers and scientists need to talk, says Niamh Nic Daéid.
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How does open access impact patients whose lives are directly affected by the advances and disappointments in #parkinsonsdisease research?

James Beck and Paul Zimmet of Parkinson’s Disease Foundation discuss how the new open access journal npj Parkinson’s Disease will empower the Parkinson’s community to be a part of the research that will ultimately solve their disease. http://bit.ly/1FxeLNK
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Indian research scholars demanding a hike in their scholarship stipends made a comeback this week, with a series of protests.

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Latest #IYL2015 instalment: Theory of light & colours http://bit.ly/1EstkSv  
Guest post by Iulia Georgescu, Senior Physics Editor, Nature. The next couple of experiments with light listed in our 'beautiful experiments' poll come from, well, the age of enlightenment. First up is Christian Huygens. Although Galileo first used a telescope to make detailed observations of ...
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How museum collections are becoming more valuable to modern science, despite facing grave threats.

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The billions of specimens in natural-history museums are becoming more useful for tracking Earth's shrinking biodiversity.
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When I first read this post, I was disheartened. However, I am hoping that enough administrative officials at universities and museums start seeing what needs to be done to protect these unique collections.
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Martian mystery plume defies explanation. A team of astronomers proposes that the plume was either a cloud of ice particles or a Martian aurora.

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The concept of twisted light: How are scientists taking light to new extremes?

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Shape it, squeeze it, energize it or tie it into knots. Scientists are taking light to new extremes.
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