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DNA folding takes a fresh direction The intricate art of DNA origami has been given a fresh twist. Long-term research: Slow science The worlds longest-running experiments remind us that science is a marathon, not a sprint. Astronomy: Star tracker Revealing secrets about the giant black hole at the Galaxys centre Mas


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21 March Nature Podcast how filmmakers represent psychosis, the longest running experiments in science, and the man who studied a cholera outbreak in filthy nineteenth-century London. Podcast Extra: Extremes Dr Kevin Fong discusses the limits of human survival - the basis of his new book Extremes.

Ice Age art Nature Video takes a look at the earliest known sculptures and musical instruments, made by our ancestors in Europe up to 40,000 years ago.

Nature News blog recent posting: Internet billionaire throws lavish soiree for physicists thescepticalchymist recent posting: Reactions: Catherine Renouf

Women in Science Despite some progress, science remains institutionally sexist. This special issue of Nature takes a hard look at the gender gap from bench to boardroom and at what is being done to close it.

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