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Endangered eel larvae make a tasty treat for fish in an ocean desert
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Critics pan EPA plan for evaluating studies of toxic chemicals
Science Magazine Guidance could allow regulators to exclude key studies, researchers argue 16 hours
These labmade fossils could reveal how dinosaurs really looked
Science Magazine New method recreates millions of years of heat and pressure–in just 24 hours 22 hours
Survey of U.S. government scientists finds range of attitudes toward Trump policies
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Animal fat on ancient pottery reveals a nearly catastrophic period of human prehistory
Science Magazine Analysis of remains from Çatalhöyük shows how people survived a dramatic cold snap 2 days
Animal fat on ancient pottery fragments reveals a nearly catastrophic period of human prehistory
Science Magazine Analysis of remains from Çatalhöyük shows how people survived a dramatic cold snap 2 days
Animal fat on ancient pottery shards reveals a nearly catastrophic period of human prehistory
Science Magazine Analysis of remains from Çatalhöyük shows how people survived a dramatic cold snap 2 days
People might have bred tropical macaws in the desert 1000 years ago
Science Magazine Ancient DNA suggests a small captive population supplied the southwestern United States with feathers and birds 2 days
The world’s oldest pterosaur may have had a pouch like a pelican
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Psychologists keep policy on U.S. detainees, but issue remains open wound
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Top stories: friendly foxes, a creature from a lost world, and wasps that won’t wait
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Fibroblastic reticular cells initiate immune responses in visceral adipose tissues and secure peritoneal immunity
Science Magazine Immune protection of the body cavities depends on the swift activation of innate and adaptive immune responses in nonclassical secondary... 5 days
This synthetic wood is as strong as the real thing—and won’t catch fire
Science Magazine Engineered wood is as light and strong as its natural counterpart 5 days
Bioinspired polymeric woods
Science Magazine Woods provide bioinspiration for engineering materials due to their superior mechanical performance. We demonstrate a novel strategy for large-scale fabrication of a family of bioinspired polymeric woods with similar polyphenol matrix materials, wood-like cellular microstructures, and outstanding comprehensive performance by... 5 days
In situ manipulation and switching of dislocations in bilayer graphene
Science Magazine Topological defects in crystalline solids are of fundamental interest in physics and materials science because they can radically alter the properties of virtually any material. Of particular importance... 5 days
The optical duality of tellurium nanoparticles for broadband solar energy harvesting and efficient photothermal conversion
Science Magazine Nanophotonic materials for solar energy harvesting and photothermal conversion are urgently needed to alleviate the global energy crisis.... 5 days
Coherent perfect absorption of nonlinear matter waves
Science Magazine Coherent perfect absorption is the complete extinction of incoming radiation by a complex potential in a physical system supporting wave propagation. The concept was proven for linear waves in a variety of systems including... 5 days
Molecular catalyst systems as key enablers for tailored polyesters and polycarbonate recycling concepts
Science Magazine A transition metal catalyst system for the selective catalytic depolymerization of various polyester- and polycarbonate-based materials is presented. The use of a... 5 days
Subsurface catalysis-mediated selectivity of dehydrogenation reaction
Science Magazine Progress in heterogeneous catalysis is often hampered by the difficulties of constructing active architectures and understanding reaction mechanisms at the molecular level due to the structural complexity of practical catalysts, in particular for multicomponent catalysts. Although... 5 days
Current-induced dynamics of skyrmion strings
Science Magazine Dynamics of string-like objects is an important issue in a broad range of physical systems, including vortex lines in superconductors, viscoelastic polymers, and superstrings in elementary particle physics. In noncentrosymmetric magnets, string forms of magnetic skyrmions are present... 5 days
Fears lessen that invasive fungi will completely wipe out Hawaii's iconic native tree
Science Magazine Some 'ōhi'a trees resist deadly fungal infections, and fencing out animals can also protect the trees 6 days
Doubts about the drought that kicked off our latest geological age, and a faceoff between stink bugs with samurai wasps
Science Magazine We now live in the Meghalayan age—the last... 6 days
Developmental barcoding of whole mouse via homing CRISPR
Science Magazine In vivo barcoding using nuclease-induced mutations is a powerful approach for recording biological information, including developmental lineages; however, its application in mammalian systems has been limited. We present in vivo barcoding in... 6 days
Slab2, a comprehensive subduction zone geometry model
Science Magazine Subduction zones are home to the most seismically active faults on the planet. The shallow megathrust interfaces of subduction zones host our largest earthquakes and are likely the only faults capable of magnitude 9+... 6 days
Organic and solution-processed tandem solar cells with 17.3% efficiency
Science Magazine Though organic photovoltaic cells (OPVs) have many advantages, their performance still lags far behind that of other photovoltaic platforms. One of the most fundamental reasons for this is the low... 6 days
Structure of the human PKD1/PKD2 complex
Science Magazine Mutations in two genes, pkd1 and pkd2, account for most cases of autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD), one of the most common monogenetic disorders. Here we report the 3.6 Å cryo-EM structure of truncated human... 6 days
The role of electron-electron interactions in two-dimensional Dirac fermions
Science Magazine The role of electron-electron interactions in two-dimensional Dirac fermion systems remains enigmatic. Using a combination of nonperturbative numerical and analytical techniques that incorporate both the contact and long-range parts of... 6 days
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Peopling the Americas: Which way?
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Expanding the role of rivers
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Computers tease out interaction effects
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Opioid prescribing decreases after learning of a patients fatal overdose
Science Magazine Most opioid prescription deaths occur among people with common conditions for which prescribing risks outweigh benefits. General psychological insights offer an explanation: People may judge risk to be... 6 days
Single-cell transcriptomes from human kidneys reveal the cellular identity of renal tumors
Science Magazine Messenger RNA encodes cellular function and phenotype. In the context of human cancer, it defines the identities of malignant cells and the diversity of... 6 days
Comment on "Unexpected reversal of C3 versus C4 grass response to elevated CO2 during a 20-year field experiment"
Science Magazine Reich et al. (Reports, 20 April 2018, p. 317) assert that the... 6 days
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Pancreatic perturbation
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How to start a research lab
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Ebola outbreak in Congo spreads to active combat zone
Water matters to metal nanoparticles
When mixing granular matter, order among disorder
Magnetic gene in fish may someday help those with epilepsy, Parkinson's
Space-based tracker to give scientists a beyond-bird's-eye-view of wildlife
Ten reasons teachers can struggle to use technology in the classroom
Scientists-turned-students guide viewers through ‘The Most Unknown’
Powerful new microscope reveals inner workings of human cells with unprecedented clarity
Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
NASA's IMERG estimates heavy rainfall over the eastern US
From office windows to Mars: Scientists debut super-insulating gel
Why zebrafish (almost) always have stripes
There's a reason Siri, Alexa and AI are imagined as female – sexism