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  • In the developing world, building a research community might not seem a priority, but it is a means to strengthen the development agenda and secure the future.

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  • Fifty years after the launch of Sputnik, does the prospect of manned spaceflight, back to the Moon and onwards to Mars, still have the power to impress?

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  • We regularly get queries about the minutiae of Nature Physics format, but what we really care about is that the papers are clear and accessibly written.

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  • Britain has a new leader, and with him a new science minister in a new department: would you guess that the 'Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills' now holds the remit for science?

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  • Of course we're pleased. We want to shout it from the rooftops. Nature Physics has its first impact factor, and it's a good one.

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  • It's an old issue — how do we tackle the under-representation of women at all career levels in physics research — but are there any new answers?

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  • As gatekeepers to the development of nuclear weapons, physicists have a right to a seat at the table in deciding what role these weapons have in a post-cold-war world.

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  • The demonstration of the “world's first commercial quantum computer” is as ambitious as it is exciting. But where are the data?

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  • A new year, a new look: Nature Physics has fresh page designs and fresh content to take you into 2007, and beyond...

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