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Behaviour: ‘Mystery’ neurons let male worms follow their hearts
15-October-2015

Sex-based differences in learning require the production of two male-specific neurons in the brain of the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, reports a study published in this week’s Nature.

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Climate science: Long-term Antarctic ice-sheet contributions to sea-level rise (N&V)
15-October-2015

The potential contributions of the Antarctic ice sheet to sea-level rise over the next 3,000 years are modelled in a study published in this week’s Nature.

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Fossils: An ancient furry mammal from Spain
15-October-2015

The discovery in Spain of a 125-million-year-old fossil of a previously unknown extinct mammal with exceptionally well-preserved skin and fur is reported in a paper published in this week’s Nature.

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Fossils: The earliest modern humans in southern China (N&V)
15-October-2015

The discovery of 47 human teeth from a cave in southern China indicates that anatomically modern humans were present in the region at least 80,000 years ago. The findings, reported in Nature this week, add to the understanding of the emergence of modern humans in southern Asia.

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Gravitational waves from the Big Bang
18-March-2014

Astronomers say that they have found long-awaited evidence for the theory that the Universe underwent a period of rapid inflation in the very first moments of its existence.

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