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A scientist is likely to win Mexico’s presidency. Not all researchers are rejoicing
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Es probable que una científica gane la presidencia de México. No todos los investigadores están alegres
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Questionable firms tempt young doctors with ‘easy’ publications
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The science of loneliness, making one of organic chemistry’s oldest reactions safer, and a new book series
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