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  • Innovations In |

    Cancer, in all its forms, is most treatable when caught early.

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  • Nature Outline |

    Some rare heart defects in newborns can be managed by rerouting the circulatory system — and surgeons are working to intervene before a fetus is born.

    Image: Laura N-Tamara
  • Nature Index |

    Key to Canada’s strength as a leading science nation is its high-quality research, informed by its vast natural resources. But the country is losing ground in areas where it held an early lead.

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  • Career Guide |

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    Image: Eugene Hoshiko/AP/Shutterstock
  • Focal Point |

    China’s pharmaceutical industry is increasingly well-placed to grow as it becomes more globally focussed through international partnerships, increasing innovation and bedding down recent regulatory change.

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  • Collection |

    Women often face institutional and cultural barriers to success in science.

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  • Nature Index |

    COVID-19 has brought new urgency to the study of infectious disease.

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  • Nature Outlook |

    The mouth is home to some of the most common maladies known to humankind, including tooth decay and gum disease.

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  • Innovations In |

    Gene therapy has come a long way since its first proof-of-concept experiments in the 1990s.

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  • Advertisement Feature |

    This collection of highlights gives a taste of the innovative research that scientists at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) are conducting.

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  • Career Guide |

    How machine intelligence is becoming a powerful tool for interdisciplinary scientists.

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