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Survival of the Fittest Cells

Cells in the body don’t always play nicely together. Could co-opting their competitive nature help to unlock cutting-edge therapies?

January 9, 2020 — Kendall Powell and Nature magazine

The Crystal Kings

Two researchers in Japan supply the world’s physicists with a gem that has accelerated graphene’s electronics boom

November 26, 2019 — Mark Zastrow and Nature magazine

The Quantum Goldrush

The science is immature and a multi-purpose quantum computer doesn’t yet exist. But that isn’t stopping investors pouring cash into quantum start-ups

November 26, 2019 — Elizabeth Gibney and Nature magazine

Stem Cells 2 Go

Japan has turned regenerative medicine into a regulatory free-for-all. Patients across the world could pay the price

November 14, 2019 — David Cyranoski and Nature magazine
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