Thank you for visiting nature.com. You are using a browser version with limited support for CSS. To obtain
the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser (or turn off compatibility mode in
Internet Explorer). In the meantime, to ensure continued support, we are displaying the site without styles
Recent years have seen an acceleration in the number of CRISPR endonucleases available in the bioengineer’s toolbox.
Image: Equinox Graphics Ltd.
New technologies to study stem cells have increased our knowledge about their physiological roles and contributions to development, ageing, regeneration and disease. This collection showcases research articles, reviews and protocols from across the Nature journals to highlight the striking advances made in basic and translational stem cell research.
Image: Benedetta Artegiani and Delilah Hendriks, Hubrecht Institute, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Cancer is a disease of the genome, caused by a cell's acquisition of somatic mutations in key cancer genes.
Image: Nik Spencer/Nature
To support urgent research to combat the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the editorial teams at Nature Research have curated a collection of relevant articles.
The December 2019 issue of Nature Methods features a focus on Deep Learning in Microscopy.
Image: Erin Dewalt
This Collection of articles from several Nature journals covers the latest advances in our understanding of cartilage as a tissue, as well as insights into cartilage repair and potential regeneration strategies.
Image: Springer Nature Limited/YAY Media AS/Alamy
Neurotechnologies have come very far in just a few years, and going forward we can expect them to provide new approaches to shed light on brain function and contribute novel therapeutic interventions for clinic use.
Image: Elizabeth Jameson
This collection includes recent articles from across the Nature group of journals and showcases both the latest advances in the methodologies used to study genome organization, and our recent understanding of how genome organization and nuclear architecture regulate gene expression, cell fate and cell function in physiology and disease.
Image: V. Summersby
Wearable technologies have the potential to transform our ability to monitor physiology not only in the clinical trial and outpatient settings, but also in the context of health and wellness.
Image: John Rogers, Northwestern University
This collection marks the launch of Nature Machine Intelligence by exploring recent developments in the field and their impact on science, industry and society.
Chemistry has always had a central role in the provision of food and energy, materials and medicines. Recent years have increasingly seen chemistry research move towards environmentally friendly, sustainable products and processes, and the focus of the 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Green chemistry is the development of sustainable means for the provision of food, energy and water.
Image: Erin Dewalt, Lauren Robinson, David Schilter, Rachael Tremlett
Stem cells are well on their way into the clinic and can be used in a variety of applications, such as disease modelling, drug screening and for regenerative medicine. This collection showcases research articles, reviews and protocols from across the Nature journals to highlight the striking advances made in basic and translational stem cell research.