Modified T cells that selectively adhere to brain tumour blood vessels could lead to improved cancer immunotherapy.
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The treatment for dormant TB can be shorter and safer than the current standard, increasing likelihood of patient compliance.
A law professor in Qatar proposes solutions to alleviate Bitcoin’s negative impact on the environment.
Analyses of trace elements in artefacts from 9th century Samarra, in Iraq, show a sophisticated production and regional trade of glass.
Analyses of fossil teeth lead to new insights into the arrival of lemurs on Madagascar.
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Isotope analyses of ancient Egyptian copper artefacts reveal mainly local metal sources and early trade links.
Corals and micro-algae have been together since the age of the dinosaurs.
Sarah Hiddleston looks at a Syrian artist’s work at the intersection of science and art.
Finding snapshots from human history inside ancient genomes.
Nature Middle East editors discuss issues concerning Middle Eastern science and scientists.
Latest research articles from Saudi Arabia published in 68 top science journals tracked by Nature Index.