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Malaria Malaria vaccine could save millions of children’s lives

The first-ever widescale trial of a malaria vaccine has produced promising results, say reseacrhers, raising hopes of an imminent breakthrough in the fight against the mosquito-borne tropical disease. Each year, malaria occurs in approximately 225 million persons worldwide, and 781,000 persons, mostly African children, die from the disease.1 During the past decade, the scale-up of […]

Q&A: Speculative realist

Novelist Margaret Atwood’s essay collection In Other Worlds: SF and the Human Imagination, published this month, is a companion piece to her dystopian fictional world of global warming and engineered plagues. The Canadian author discusses where she gets her science, and her concerns for the future.

A broken system: The Trouble with retractions

A surge in withdrawn papers is highlighting weaknesses in the system for handling them.

Here be monsters

Virtually free.

The games begin

Frustrations of the newest European member states will shape debate over research funding.

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