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Save lives in the next pandemic: ensure vaccine equity now

Since 2022, member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) have been negotiating a new treaty — provisionally termed the…

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Directive giant upconversion by supercritical bound states in the continuum

Theory In the section ‘TCMT: critical coupling for an isolated mode’, the local field enhancement at critical coupling for an…

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Building robots to get kids hooked on STEM subjects

Sponsor message: 00:00 This Working Scientist podcast series is sponsored by the University of Queensland, where research is addressing some…

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Ultrafast, nanoscale control of electrical currents using light

Schiffrin, A. et al. Nature 493, 70–74 (2013). Article  PubMed  Google Scholar  Higuchi, T., Heide, C., Ullmann, K., Weber, H.…

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A researcher-exchange programme made me a better doctor at home and abroad

Caleb Skipper (right) answers questions about lumbar puncture with translation help from Alisat Sadiq (centre) at Mulago National Referral Hospital…

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what it means for scientists

Michael Mann was responsible for the famous ‘hockey-stick graph’ depicting climate warming.Credit: James Ross/Australian Associated Press/Alamy US climate scientist Michael…

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Open science — embrace it before it’s too late

Biodiversity science is benefiting from volunteer researchers (seen here working at Chicago’s Fields Museum).Credit: Nancy Stone/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service/Getty The…

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Building used by Marie Curie will be dismantled to erect cancer centre

French-Polish chemist Marie Skłodowska-Curie discovered radium and later used radioactivity to treat patients at the Radium Institute in Paris.Credit: Hulton-Deutsch…

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Mysterious exploding star and more — January’s best science images

Dry January. The Kashmir Valley is a popular winter tourist destination owing to its mountains and ski resorts — such…

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First aircraft to fly on Mars dies — but leaves a legacy of science

The Mars helicopter Ingenuity propels itself with two blades that are 1.2 metres in length.Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU/MSSS NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter, the…

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