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27 Aug 2015
Vol. 349 #6251
Fiscal crisis has Brazilian scientists scrambling
Government makes deep cuts in research budgets as economy stumbles.
Many psychology papers fail replication test
An effort to repeat 100 studies yields sobering results, but many researchers are positive about the process.
Plugged pores may underlie some ALS, dementia cases
Multiple groups reveal that “stutter” mutation kills nerve cells by clogging channels into the nucleus.
Dark horse scores a fusion coup
California company shows new approach to trapping hot plasma.
Orchids' dazzling diversity explained
New family tree shows that a series of innovations accelerated speciation.
The missing mudbug
As threats to crayfish mount, researchers push to document the enigmatic crustaceans.
Birth of the moralizing gods
A new theory aims to explain the success of world religions—but testing it remains a challenge.
Turning history into a binary code
Scientists struggle to reach across a disciplinary divide to test a new theory about the evolution of religion.
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