Towards quantum machine learning
Jungsang Kim discusses his interest in the pioneering technology.
For now, absolutely nothing. But researchers and firms are optimistic about the applications.
The country is known for its love of meat. Could the growing insect industry help to reduce agricultural carbon emissions?
Mathieu Lefebvre discusses his innovative company and what it is like to work in Grenoble, France.
Despite its small size, the French city’s long history of science and business means it punches above its weight in scientific output.
Cécile Moro studies the use of near-infared light to treat Parkinson’s disease in the French Alps.
Immunologist Luiz Vicente Rizzo explains the intricate link between research and health care at Brazil’s Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital.
Joyce Bischoff studies infant haemangiomas to glean insights into potential cancer drugs.
The director of a hospital foundation speaks to Nature about the benefits of running research and medicine side by side.
Working at a research hospital allows Fridtjof Lund-Johansen to test the effectiveness of vaccines in people with compromised immune systems.
Research oncologist Peter Mulatya has a job that takes him from conducting clinical trials to long discussions with patients and families.
Maria Paula Curado studies the risk factors for head, neck, gastric and breast cancers.
No other country produces more nuclear power per capita. But climate change, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and French politics could change that.
Kate Jones thinks the natural world can inspire a dialogue about cities that are sustainable and healthy for humans and other animals.
Briony Rogers helps cities to connect to their environment to better survive drought and storm surges.
A data-driven approach helps Lynette Cheah to tackle concerns about self-driving buses and delivery-truck congestion.
Ursula Eicker lets people play around while designing the cities of the future.
Purpose-built sustainable communities can boost energy efficiency and support an ageing population.
A foraging dog has unearthed an Italian white truffle that had been cultivated, a feat that once seemed unattainable.
Personalized treatments and large population studies in China are helping to uncover patterns for a range of conditions, from autism to hereditary hearing loss.