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1 Oct 2015
Vol. 350 #6256
Europe's rifts over transgenic crops deepen at key deadline
Policy differences among 28 E.U. member states come into sharper focus in the wake of major reform.
Have physicists seen the dying flash of dark matter?
Dark particle decays could explain tantalizing x-ray signal seen in multiple galaxies, including our own Milky Way.
Holland's giant wavemaker has splashy debut
Delta Flume will allow researchers to study how coastal defenses fare against powerful surf.
The storm king
A mysterious tropical weather pattern called the Madden-Julian oscillation fuels El Niños and triggers rain, heat waves, and...
How two pioneers took the tropics' pulse
The 1971 discovery of the Madden-Julian oscillation relied on data from a lonely Pacific island.
Ecologist Aram Calhoun forges creative alliances in her quest to protect ephemeral vernal pools.
New proteins may expand, improve genome editing
Mining bacterial immune systems yields two new editing tools and has the potential to contribute many more.
Talking science and God with the pope's new astronomer
Guy Consolmagno, director of the Vatican Observatory, wants to show that religion can support astronomy.
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