Astronomers expand ideas of how chemistry and geology could affect chances for life on other worlds.
Tool to scrutinize research papers identifies mistakes in gene sequences.
The week in science: 11–16 November 2017.
Tracking who receives vaccines is essential, but will be impossible without innovations in digital technologies, says Seth Berkley.
More international collaboration could build capacity at big physics facilities especially in the south.
A Nature journals guide to drawing the structures of molecules should aid expert and casual chemists alike.
Adding to PhD students’ woes will undermine US research and economy.
Bizarre tale of theft and suspicious packages casts doubt on claims for early-human occupation in northern Europe.
Effort aims to help scientists understand how generations of inbreeding have altered the genetics of research rodents.
To build trust, capacity and utility, put local researchers in charge of planned platform, says Brian Conton.