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  • In a meadow in America a group of butterflies have been drawn into a lethal evolutionary trap. This trap, set by humans, was abruptly sprung when people left the area, leading to a local extinction. Nature Video uses painted hands to tell the story of the Edith’s checkerspot butterfly. Behind the scenes: https://youtu.be/3ZmMs9AFinM Read more: http://nature.com/articles/d41586-018-04992-7 Read t...

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  • When a terrifying threat looms from above, mice have to make a split second decision about how to respond. To figure out some of the neurocircuitry involved, scientists have been scaring mice - and they hope to shed light on human disorders like phobias and PTSD. Read more about this study at http://nature.com/articles/d41586-018-04747-4 and find the original research paper at http://nature.com/a...

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  • Durante décadas, Colombia ha sido perturbada por la violencia. Ahora, tras el acuerdo de paz, miles de excombatientes están siendo reintegrados a la sociedad. Pero ¿puede la investigación científica ayudar a los excombatientes colombianos a dejar atrás su pasado? For the English version of this film: https://youtu.be/mqb4KtGxZ7o Leer el artículo en Nature: http://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-0...

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  • An exploding supernova contains some of the most complex physics that astronomers have ever attempted to model. The most cutting-edge computer simulations take months to run but have revealed some amazing details about what might make these massive stars explode. Find out more in this full-length news feature from Nature magazine: http://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-018-04601-7 18th April 2018

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  • You may have heard of LASERs, but what about their older brother - MASERs. Invented in the 1950s, MASERs use microwaves instead of light, but they were somewhat eclipsed by the much more practical LASER. More than half a century later, researchers are demonstrating a new kind of MASER, made using diamond. Nature reporter Elizabeth Gibney went to see it in action. Read the paper: https://www.natur...

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  • Scanning someone’s brain using Magnetoencephalography, or MEG, can be tricky. The scanners are currently bulky, one-size-fits-all machines that require you to sit perfectly still inside them. This makes it difficult to scan small children, or patients that are likely to move around a lot. Now, researchers at the University of Nottingham have developed a prototype MEG scanner that a patient can we...

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  • The history of Warfarin, one of the earliest anticoagulant drugs, is littered with the bodies of sick cows and poisoned rats. This animation tells the story of how a bloody beginning gave rise to a life-saving medication. Find out more about the history of anticoagulant drugs in this interactive timeline: https://www.nature.com/collections/hbcnxgwklt/timeline/ This content was produced with supp...

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  • Teenagers are often thought of as reckless risk-takers. This age-old stereotype is partly supported by modern studies but that may only be one side of the story. Research shows that young adolescents are highly attuned to social risks, which often affects their decisions. In this film, neuroscientist Sarah-Jayne Blakemore explains the science of peer-influence and a group of adolescents give their...

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  • As predators chase down their prey on the open savanna it’s a race for survival. Lions and cheetahs are some of the most athletic animals on the planet but strength and speed aren’t everything. By precisely measuring the movements of predators and prey during hunts, researchers have now modelled the optimum strategy of both hunter and hunted, unpacking the subtle details of this evolutionary arms ...

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  • A glowing image resembling a futuristic hologram floats in mid-air. This is a 3D volumetric display. Using a tiny particle suspended in laser light, researchers have been able to create high resolution, colour images that take up real 3D space. Developing this technology could lead to the kind of complex, interactive displays common in science fiction. Read more at: http://www.nature.com/articles...

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  • Spinal-cord injuries affect about half a million people each year and can leave patients completely paralysed below the site of injury. Currently, damage to this precious bundle of nerve fibres is irreversible. Researchers are working to understand why the nerves of the central nervous system fail to repair themselves, in the hope of finding ways to reboot the regeneration process. This animatio...

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  • Researchers are working on a way to create a battery inspired by the electric eel. This bio-compatible battery can be flexible, transparent and completely not toxic and could be used to power a new generation of wearable and implantable tech. Find out how it works in this Nature Video. Read the paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/doi:10.1038/nature24670

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  • Axolotls are found in labs and homes all over the world, but are critically endangered in their natural habitat. If they go extinct in the wild, this could spell bad news for research on these remarkable regenerating salamanders. Listen to a podcast interview with axolotl researcher Luis Zambrano here: http://www.nature.com/nature/podcast/index-2017-11-09.html And read more in this in-depth feat...

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  • The CRISPR-Cas9 system has revolutionised gene-editing, but cutting DNA isn’t all it can do. From turning gene expression on and off to fluorescently tagging particular sequences, this animation explores some of the exciting possibilities of CRISPR. Download a poster on ‘The expanding CRISPR toolbox’ here: https://www.nature.com/posters/crisprtoolbox Produced with support from Dharmacon: www.d...

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  • Around 8 million people a year in the United States are reported to have fractured a bone. In most of those cases, the bone will heal within a normal timeframe. But when a fracture doesn’t heal properly, it’s known as a non-union bone fracture. Such breaks can drastically decrease a person’s quality of life, but regenerative medicine may provide a solution. This animation explores cell therapies...

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  • This documentary features two projects that are helping people with a terminal neurodegenerative disease to record video messages for their families, enabling them to leave a legacy for future generations. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as motor neuron disease (MND), affects the nerve cells that control muscle movement. At present, there is no cure for ALS and people with the co...

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  • Most of us know the liver as the organ that breaks down alcohol, but it’s actually non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) that has doctors and scientists worried: 1 in 4 people are now affected by this fatty-liver condition. Fatty livers are reversible with changes to diet and exercise. But without intervention, the condition may worsen, becoming known as NASH. This animation explores the way...

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