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    Punishment by peers can enforce social norms, such as contributing to a public good. Here, Abbink and colleagues show that individuals will enforce norms even when contributions reduce the net benefit of the group, resulting in the maintenance of wasteful contributions.

    • Klaus Abbink
    • , Lata Gangadharan
    • , Toby Handfield
    •  & John Thrasher
  • Research |

    The study by Gómez et al. of frontline fighters and non-combatants shows that a willingness to fight and die in intergroup conflict is associated with the sacrifice of material concerns for sacred values, and the perceived spiritual strength of in-groups and adversaries.

    • Ángel Gómez
    • , Lucía López-Rodríguez
    • , Hammad Sheikh
    • , Jeremy Ginges
    • , Lydia Wilson
    • , Hoshang Waziri
    • , Alexandra Vázquez
    • , Richard Davis
    •  & Scott Atran
  • Reviews |

    A new approach is outlined for capturing multiple facets of biodiversity in near real-time by combining the latest advances in automated Earth observation recording, high-throughput sequencing and ecological modelling.

    • Alex Bush
    • , Rahel Sollmann
    • , Andreas Wilting
    • , Kristine Bohmann
    • , Beth Cole
    • , Heiko Balzter
    • , Christopher Martius
    • , András Zlinszky
    • , Sébastien Calvignac-Spencer
    • , Christina A. Cobbold
    • , Terence P. Dawson
    • , Brent C. Emerson
    • , Simon Ferrier
    • , M. Thomas P. Gilbert
    • , Martin Herold
    • , Laurence Jones
    • , Fabian H. Leendertz
    • , Louise Matthews
    • , James D. A. Millington
    • , John R. Olson
    • , Otso Ovaskainen
    • , Dave Raffaelli
    • , Richard Reeve
    • , Mark-Oliver Rödel
    • , Torrey W. Rodgers
    • , Stewart Snape
    • , Ingrid Visseren-Hamakers
    • , Alfried P. Vogler
    • , Piran C. L. White
    • , Martin J. Wooster
    •  & Douglas W. Yu

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