Nature.com Loss of net neutrality could harm research 2017-12-13T18:18:54.875000000+00:00 Moves to create a multi-speed Internet could push science into the slow lane. Bureaucratic drag dents Japan’s nuclear science 2017-12-13T18:18:54.869000000+00:00 Japan needs a better way to assess whether research reactors are safe to re-open. How to avoid glib interdisciplinarity 2017-12-13T18:18:54.865000000+00:00 To make progress on the grand challenges, authors, reviewers and editors must take the time to respect each others’ expertise and blind spots. Zimbabwe’s new government must commit to science 2017-12-13T18:18:54.861000000+00:00 As a new president takes office, scientists in the country and beyond should urge the administration to make science a priority, says Dexter Tagwireyi. Dodgy citations, fusion milestone and a skeleton called Little Foot 2017-12-13T18:18:54.856000000+00:00 The week in science: 8–14 December 2017. Nine researchers sue University of Rochester over sexual-harassment allegations 2017-12-13T18:18:54.852000000+00:00 Lawsuit alleges that the institution mishandled complaints about cognitive scientist Florian Jaeger. Tasmanian tiger genome offers clues to its extinction 2017-12-13T18:18:54.847000000+00:00 Geneticists analyse DNA from preserved pup, more than 80 years after the last of its kind died. Acupuncture in cancer study reignites debate about controversial technique 2017-12-13T18:18:54.834000000+00:00 Large study suggests acupuncture could help women stick with unpleasant cancer treatments. US graduate students in uproar over proposed tax hike 2017-12-13T18:18:54.829000000+00:00 Worries over the cost of an education spill over into protests. Argentinian geoscientist faces criminal charges over glacier survey 2017-12-13T18:18:54.825000000+00:00 Government researcher Ricardo Villalba stands accused of shaping a study to benefit mining interests.