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A method to test and teach autonomous cars how to deal with dangerous situations, and a renewed interest in bats and how they deal with viruses.
A streamlined genome makes bacteria immune to viral infection, and designing mini-MRI scanners for low- and middle-income countries.
Why smoke particles from wildfires lead to ozone depletion, and modelling food systems with ‘digital twins’.
A method to directly stimulate a rodent’s heart shows how bodily states can affect emotions, and assessing the impact of NASA’s mission to move an asteroid.
Nature staff take on the big topics that matter in science.
Researchers are working to overcome ‘imprinting’, where the immune system responds more strongly to the strain of a virus it first met, weakening response to other strains.
How the Quantum Twisting Microscope could give a better ‘picture’ of atom thin layers, and science in Ukraine a year into Russia’s invasion.
Getting electronics into super-fast terahertz speeds, and how cognitive changes could alter social media’s effects on young people.
How a ring around a distant solar system object is puzzling researchers, and understanding the hidden dangers of indoor air pollution.
Analysis of substances uncovered in embalming workshop gives insight into the mummification process, and how CAR T therapies could turbocharge cancer treatments.