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  • Recent methods development in immunology has galvanized our understanding of immune responses.

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  • Peer review is at the heart of publishing scientific papers. In this first installment of a two-part Editorial, we explain how we manage the process at Nature Methods.

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  • When it comes to bioimaging and image analysis, details matter. Papers in this issue offer guidance for improved robustness and reproducibility.

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  • As we begin a new year, we reflect on some of our favorites among the papers published in 2023 in Nature Methods.

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  • This month we continue our annual celebration of beautiful images.

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  • Advanced bioimage analysis tools are poised to disrupt the way in which microscopy images are acquired and analyzed. This Focus issue shares the hopes and opinions of experts on the near and distant future of image analysis.

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  • Nature Methods is not just about methods. Resources too are important components of the research toolbox.

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  • Nature Methods welcomes manuscript submissions that describe new technology, tool and methodology developments across the spectrum of basic biology research. Here, we clarify our scope and highlight some areas of interest.

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  • Single-cell proteomics is a challenging goal and an area of rapid methods development. This Focus issue highlights the many paths toward high-throughput, high-sensitivity measurements.

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  • A great deal has happened in the protein structure prediction field since Nature Methods selected this topic as our Method of the Year 2021. Here’s a quick, non-comprehensive update.

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  • As 2022 draws to a close, we highlight some of our favorite papers that we published this year in Nature Methods.

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  • This month we continue our yearly celebration of the beauty of imaging.

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