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The Quantum Gold Rush

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

A sharper view of the world’s oceans

Models of the behaviour of the oceans with higher spatial resolution could lead to more accurate climate predictions.

November 13, 2019 — Conor Purcell and Nature magazine

Beneath the ice

To predict how much climate change will raise sea level, researchers are studying ice shelves, where vast expanses of ice meet the ocean.

November 13, 2019 — Sarah DeWeerdt and Nature magazine

The Road to Fusion

The construction of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), the world’s largest nuclear fusion experiment, is now 60 percent complete

September 24, 2019 — Giulia Pacchioni and Nature magazine
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