The week in science: 13–19 October 2017.
As automation changes employment, researchers should gather the evidence to help map the implications.
Flowers have evolved an ingenious way to attract pollinators.
Brian C. Martinson imagines how rationing the number of publications a scientist could put out might improve the scientific literature.
Stellar collision confirms theoretical predictions about the periodic table.
The world’s latest carbon-monitoring satellite has advanced our understanding of how the planet functions. US politicians should take note.
The week in science: 6–12 October 2017.
A long-planned effort to examine gene expression and gene regulation in all the major tissues in the human body across many people comes to fruition.
Organic matter drifts down to the equatorial ocean floor in distinct patterns.
Grants from big science funders can be hard to use without better administration and mutual understanding, says Rana Dajani.