The week in science: 26 May–1 June 2017.
Studies to treat vision loss and Parkinson’s disease are the first to proceed under new regulations.
Parties promise more money for research, but scientists fear impact of split with European Union.
Confidential feedback from many interacting reviewers can help editors make better, quicker decisions, explains Benjamin List.
The week in science: 19–25 May 2017.
Nature won’t repeat the mistake of its founding editor when this summer’s totality is visible in the United States.
Canadian foundation says its field research could boost fisheries in Chile, but researchers doubt its motives.
Papers need to include fewer claims and more proof to make the scientific literature more reliable, warns William G. Kaelin Jr.
The nuances achieved by modern genetics can be used to dispel a history of racism and elitism.
The World Health Organization shouldn’t allow regional politics to hamper public health.