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  • Graphene booms in factories but lacks a killer app. Nature 522, 268–269 (2015)
  • Earth science wrestles with conflict-of-interest policies. Nature 522, 403–404 (2015)
  • Recovery potential of the world's coral reef fishes. Nature 520, 341–344 (2015)
  • Self-similar fragmentation regulated by magnetic fields in a region forming massive stars. Nature 520, 518–521 (2015)
  • Friction of a single atom measured with light. Nature 04 June (2015)
    DOI: 10.1126/science.aac6898:10.1038/nature.2015.17698
  • Tara Oceans studies plankton at planetary scale. Science 348, 873 (2015)
  • Space radiation may damage astronauts brain. Science 1 May (2015)
    DOI: 10.1126/science.aac4539
  • Protesters block effort to restart work on controversial Hawaii telescope; 11 arrested. Science 25 June (2015)
    DOI: 10.1126/science.aac6898
  • NASA's Kepler discovers First Eargh-Size Planet In The 'Habitable Zone' of Another Star
  • GenomeSequence of the Tsetse Fly(Glossinamorsitans): Vector of African Trypanosomiasis ( より)
  • Genetic touch-ups”
  • Paper-based gene tools
  • Recovering the potential of coral reefs
  • Space radiation may damage astronauts' brains
  • Comet Ison Update ( より)
  • Taking the experiment to cyberspace
  • theoretical physics :the origin of space and time
  • Creating a False Memory in the Hippocampus
  • Cosmologist claims Universe may not be expanding
  • Defect pair separation as the controlling step in homogeneous ice melting
  • High-molecular-mass hyaluronan mediates the cancer resistance of thenaked mole rat
  • Ape-like fossils show hints of human ancestry
  • How to learn in your sleep
  • Kavli prizes step up to the Nobels
  • Stem-cell fraud hits febrile field
  • The expanding scope of DNA sequencing
  • 'Tree of life' constructed for all living bird species
  • Measuring Solar Magnetism
  • Moon-merge model could explain Saturnian system
  • Galaxy formation: The new Milky Way
  • Afternoon rain more likely over drier soils
  • Live attenuated influenza virus vaccines by computer-aided rational design
  • Science at the Olympics: Team science
  • Physicists declare victory in Higgs hunt
  • How Tomatoes Lost Their Taste
  • Indirect Social Influence
  • Ultraviolet-radiation-induced methane emissions from meteorites and the Martian atmosphere
  • Circadian rhythms: No lazing on sunny afternoons
  • Predicting the Next Best Seller