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Nature Plants

This special new journal from the Nature Publishing Group features the latest breaking research in the wide world of plants. Readers may like to start with the current issue (Vol 1, issue 2, February 2015), which features investigations into ethnobotany (the study of interactions between people and plants), an expose concerning Newton's prescient speculations on plant hydrodynamics, and empirical...

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Nature Outlook: Cancer

This special supplement to the international weekly science journal, Nature, tackles the latest advancements and findings on the medical treatment of cancer. Are we closer than ever to finding a cure for cancer? Will it come from nanotechnology or bioinformatics or some other field entirely? This special issue is divided into two equally fascinating sections, Outlook and Collection. For readers...

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Palgrave Communications

Lovers of the humanities and social sciences will find much to appreciate with Palgrave Communications, an open access journal created by the international academic press, Palgrave MacMillan. The journal publishes original research across a variety of disciplines (including business), and welcomes interdisciplinary approaches. On this website, visitors can browse current and archived articles by...

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Nature Nanotechnology

Since 2005, Nature Nanotechnology, part of the Nature consortium, has published articles about all aspects of nanoscience, including nanomedicine, nanobiotechnology, and environmental issues. Visitors can read current articles or search through the journal's complete archives. In addition, readers will find sections on Letters, Reviews, Perspectives, and In the Classroom. In one recent...

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Nature Outlook: The Dark Universe

The international science journal Nature routinely publishes Nature Outlook, a supplemental series in which topics of scientific, clinical, or societal interest are explored in depth. These Outlooks provide a comprehensive picture of the current "state of knowledge" on the selected theme. For instance, this Outlook from September 2016 explores the ever elusive topic of The Dark Universe. As the...

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Nature: The Polling Crisis: How to Tell What People Really Think

Until recently, pollsters telephoned residential phone numbers in order to predict the outcomes of presidential elections. Today, many people use mobile phones instead of landlines; in fact, the number of households with landlines has dropped from 8 in 10 in 2008 to just 5 in 10 in 2015. In addition, cell phone owners are substantially less likely to pick up their phones when they see an unknown...

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Nature Insight: Neurodegenerative Disease

The November 2016 issue of Nature dedicates its Nature Insight supplement to neurodegenerative disease. This supplement "explores brain ageing and possible rejuvenation and updates our understanding of Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Parkinson's disease." This collection may be of interest to both medical professionals as well as those with family and friends personally...

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