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Interfacing fundamentally different quantum systems is key to building future hybrid quantum networks. Such heterogeneous networks offer capabilities superior to those of their homogeneous counterparts, as they merge the individual advantages of disparate quantum nodes in a single network architecture. Show More Summary
A US Research Integrity Advisory Board is long overdue. Such a leadership body would mitigate bad practices and strengthen good research.
Worrying disconnect between emissions rhetoric and real-world trends highlights urgent need for nations to honour their pledges.
Creating a culture of replication takes prizes, grants and magnanimity — as well as publications.
Use the Montreal Protocol to manage controversial work intended to limit global warming, urges Stephen O. Andersen.
The week in science: 17–23 November 2017.
Astronomers expand ideas of how chemistry and geology could affect chances for life on other worlds.
Tool to scrutinize research papers identifies mistakes in gene sequences.
Sensitive radio dishes of the Square Kilometre Array will affect phone reception — and could harm local economies, say farmers.
TB remains a big killer despite the development of a better test for detecting the disease.
Some top researchers prosper in Hungary as country tries to improve its international standing in science.
A tour through the most studied genes in biology reveals some surprises.
Chemists should thrash out discrepancies in modelling, synthesizing and applying porous materials, urge Aaron W. Peters, Ashlee J. Howarth and Omar K. Farha. ???????
Put research goals first when prioritizing and managing national and international projects, urge Ji Wu and Roger Bonnet.
Andrew Solomon hails a study on how conflating ‘ideal’ and ‘average’ spawned flawed concepts of identity.
Sharon Weinberger weighs up a history of PLATO, a prescient but doomed 1960s US computer network.