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Colombia’s ecological treasure trove — Nature

Vaccine-derived polio is undermining the fight to eradicate the virus —Nature

Rewilding the planet: How seven artificial islands could help a dying Dutch lake — Nature

The fight to keep Ukrainian science alive through a year of war — Nature

Rebuilding Ukrainian science can’t wait: Here’s how to start — Nature


Nature’s 10: Ten people who helped shape science in 2022 — Nature

Cop27 Climate talks: What succeeded, what failed and what’s next — Nature

Farming feeds the world: We desperately need to know how to do it better — Nature

The loneliest trees — can science save these threatened species from extinction — Nature

We must get a grip on forest science – before it’s too late — Nature

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Seven ways the war in Ukraine is changing global science — Nature

How many leaves on a tree? — BBC Wildlife Magazine

How a billion dogs, including our pets, are laying waste to wildlife — New Scientist

The war in Ukraine is exposing gaps in the world’s food systems research — Nature


How COVID spurred Africa to plot a vaccines revolution — Nature

What will it take to vaccinate the world against COVID-19 — Nature

How flood protection can paradoxically put people at risk — Horizon

Why climate change could make Mediterranean atmospheric ‘meteotsunamis’ more common — Horizon

‘Impossible to adapt’: Surprisingly fast ice-melts in past raise fears about sea level rise — Horizon

Building from old buildings: Demolition waste is being turned into new concrete — Horizon

They can capture  more carbon than they emit, so why aren’t wooden buildings mainstream? — Horizon

In the Antarctic a scientist recruits albatrosses to pinpoint illegal fishing boats — Horizon

Why a pioneering plan to distribute COVID vaccines equitably must succeed — Nature


COVID vaccines: the world’s medical regulators need access to open data — Nature

UNESCO must reform to stay relevant — and reconnect people through science — Nature

Ivy is multiplying across Europe’s forests as the climate warms — New Scientist

Ending hunger: science must stop neglecting smallholder farmers — Nature

The secret weapon in the war between pet cats and wildlife — New Scientist

New polio vaccine poised to get emergency WHO approval — Nature

Five things you need to know about bats, disease and coronavirus — Horizon

Microscopy illuminates charcoal’s sketchy origins — Nature

Global tree pledge frenzy threatens ancient grasslands — SciDev.Net

Forest darkness helps stave off effects of nitrogen pollution, but this is set to change — Horizon

What lockdown air pollution reductions mean for the future of urban transport — Horizon

Can new polio vaccine avert nightmare of resurgence – SciDev.Net

‘Don’t forget poor in coronavirus vaccine rush’ – SciDev.Net

Lightning is silently killing forests and it’s going to get worse – New Scientist

Pandemic freight emissions reached 2030 target in just months: how do we make the changes stick? — Horizon

How to go carbon-neutral: lessons from a Danish island – Horizon

Q&A: How physics could explain why people respond differently to coronavirus infection — Horizon

‘Blue Acceleration’: The mounting competition for ocean resources – China Dialogue

Plate tectonics is fundamental to understanding Earth’s evolution, but big questions remain — Horizon

A 40-million-year-old layer of dust can help predict how monsoons will change – Horizon

Studying Asian glaciers provides glimpse into future of extremes – Horizon

Why Venice is actually a textbook case for flood prevention – Horizon


Sewage, rivers and soils provide missing link in antibiotic resistance story – Horizon

Asking the Earth: A search engine is being built that indexes every sizeable object on Earth. Is that a good idea? Aisling Irwin investigates – New Scientist

The Ecologist who Wants to Map Everything: Thomas Crowther wants to restore the planet, but first he needs to know how many trees, fungi, worms and microbes live on it – Nature

How Tree Sleuths are using DNA tests and machine vision to crack timber crimes – Nature

Digital evidence opens doors to human rights probes – SciDev.Net

The scourge of antibiotics in animal feed – SciDev.Net

Searching for biodegradable polymers – Chemistry World

Danish dogs receive virus-inspired cancer vaccine treatment – Horizon

Notre Dame: Medieval Stonemasons built vaulted ceilings to protect against fires – Horizon

Young scientists share protesters’ sense of urgency on climate – Horizon

Transplant recipients may soon have test to protect against organ rejection – Horizon

Island cores unravel mysteries of ancient Maltese civilisation – Horizon

Sewage, rivers and soils provide missing link in antibiotic resistance story – Horizon


Fixing Planet Plastic: How we’ll really solve our waste problem – New Scientist

Algeria fossils cast doubt on East Africa as Sole Origin of Stone tools – Nature

Astronomers have an outsize passion for outreach – Nature

No PhDs needed: how citizen science is transforming research – Nature

The Dark Side of Light: How Artificial Lighting is Harming the Natural World – Nature

Mobile phones worsen healthcare inequality in India – SciDev.Net

Snakebite resolution set for health assembly approval – SciDev.Net

Research fairness tool reveals policy gaps – SciDev.Net

Foresters too silent on tech advances – SciDev.Net

AI Dengue prediction tool trialled in Asia and Latin America – SciDev.Net

Machine learning targets development problems – SciDev.Net

Photo-based crop insurance could debut in Kenya in 2019 – SciDev.Net

The arduous path to make mHealth work at last – SciDev.Net

Estimate of carbon in indigenous lands rises five-fold – SciDev.Net

Omics, sweet omics, curing the incurable, one disease at a time – Horizon

Scientists want to use dirty nappies to source new materials – Horizon

First urine test for exposure to fine air pollution – Horizon

War can destroy cultural heritage twice – in conflict and in clean-up – Horizon

Delaying epilepsy onset could reduce impact on development – Horizon


Emergency clause lets European countries beat bee pesticide ban – New Scientist

Robots threaten jobs for the poor – SciDev.Net

There are five times more urban foxes in England than we thought – New Scientist

World’s highest plants discovered growing 6km above sea level – New Scientist

Microwaves and microbes turn household waste into biodegradable plastic – Horizon magazine

Marine organisms enlisted in battle against bacterial sheets – Horizon magazine

Full feeling ‘impaired’ in children of obese mothers – study – Horizon magazine

EU, North Africa green energy tie-up draws closer – Claude Ayache – Horizon magazine

A no-strike list may shield Yemens ancient treasures from war – New Scientist magazine


African ibis and South American coati among 37 on EU’s kill list – New Scientist

Charged up – the batteries lighting the way to a more sustainable future – Horizon magazine

Electric bacteria could quadruple speed of sewage processing – Horizon magazine

Emergency in Mali as looters are plundering ancient treasures – New Scientist

How to speed up landmine clearance – Horizon Magazine

Cute prairie dogs are serial killers savaging ground squirrels – New Scientist

Oregon becomes the first US state to vote to go coal-free – New Scientist

Invasive raccoon dogs harbour parasites that can infect people – New Scientist

Worlds highest plants come to light – New Scientist

Race to save hidden treasures under threat from climate change – New Scientist

Race to save brief bonanza of treasures – New Scientist

How forensic science can stop slaughter of endangered wildlife – New Scientist

Furry aliens on Europes hit list – New Scientist

Europes kill list – New Scientist

Plants can override their body clocks when stressed – Horizon