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What The Artic And Antartic Sounds Like

“Singing” ice, a seal that sounds like it is in space, and a seismic airgun thundering like a bomb are some of the noises released by two marine acoustic labs.

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Trackers on Moths

Trackers on Moths

These transmitters weigh less than a gram and can be attached to individual insects. This means scientists can track them directly as they migrate.

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Walking Snow Art

Walking Snow Art

63-year-old artist Simon Beck makes colossal yet intricate designs on the unlikely canvas of enormous snowfields. Beck treks for hours carving with his feet, creating snow sculptures over a quarter mile long.

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CRISPR-Based Medicine

CRISPR-Based Medicine

The first regulatory submission for a CRISPR-based therapy has been validated by the European Medicines Agency, to treat sickle cell disease and transfusion-dependent beta thalassemia.

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Postgraduate Student Survey

Postgraduate Student Survey

The Nature Journal group regularly undertakes a global survey of postgraduate students. I encourage you to submit your thoughts if you are a postgraduate student, or forward the survey on to your students.

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