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Excavation starts for U.S. particle physicists’ next giant experiment
Science Magazine Scientists hope to strike scientific gold with massive Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility 4 hours
Controversy greets Trump pick to lead EPA chemical safety programs
Science Magazine Nominee’s industry links and "science-Bible stories” draw notice 4 hours
French funding agency president resigns amidst tensions
Science Magazine Researchers had complained about proposal review process, success rates 5 hours
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Science Magazine VIDEO Mark Ballora is hoping to get more scientists to embrace sonification 5 hours
Helicobacter species are potent drivers of colonic T cell responses in homeostasis and inflammation
Science Magazine Specific gut commensal bacteria improve host health by eliciting mutualistic regulatory T (Treg) cell responses. However, the bacteria that induce... 5 hours
Dendritic cell-targeted lentiviral vector immunization uses pseudotransduction and DNA-mediated STING and cGAS activation
Science Magazine Dendritic cell (DC) activation and antigen presentation are critical for efficient priming of T cell responses. Here, we study how lentiviral vectors... 5 hours
Want to analyze millions of scientific papers all at once? Here’s the best way to do it
Science Magazine Bigger is better when it comes to text mining, study suggests 5 hours
Plans for a research powerhouse in the Andes begin to unravel
Science Magazine New university falls victim to budget cuts, personality dispute 5 hours
Understanding the molecular mechanism of pulse current charging for stable lithium-metal batteries
Science Magazine High energy and safe electrochemical storage are critical components in multiple emerging fields of technologies. Rechargeable lithium-metal batteries are considered to be promising alternatives... 6 hours
Heteroatom-assisted olefin polymerization by rare-earth metal catalysts
Science Magazine Heteroatom-functionalized polyolefins are of fundamental interest and practical importance. This has spurred investigations of the copolymerization of polar and nonpolar olefins. We report the first syndiospecific polymerization of a series of heteroatom-containing α-olefins and... 6 hours
Isotropic transmission of magnon spin information without a magnetic field
Science Magazine Spin-wave devices (SWD), which use collective excitations of electronic spins as a carrier of information, are rapidly emerging as potential candidates for post-semiconductor non-charge-based technology. Isotropic in-plane propagating... 6 hours
A laboratory nanoseismological study on deep-focus earthquake micromechanics
Science Magazine Global earthquake occurring rate displays an exponential decay down to ~300 km and then peaks around 550 to 600 km before terminating abruptly near 700 km. How fractures initiate, nucleate, and propagate... 6 hours
Three-dimensional positioning and structure of chromosomes in a human prophase nucleus
Science Magazine The human genetic material is packaged into 46 chromosomes. The structure of chromosomes is known at the lowest level, where the DNA chain is wrapped around... 6 hours
Addressed realization of multication complex arrangements in metal-organic frameworks
Science Magazine The preparation of materials with structures composed of multiple metal cations that occupy specific sites is challenging owing to the difficulty of simultaneously addressing the incorporation of different elements at... 6 hours
North Korea travel ban would hit Pyongyang University hard
Science Magazine Chancellor speaks out on ban’s consequences and on university-affiliated detainees 6 hours
Lightning can beat up rocks like an asteroid strike, casting doubt on past impacts
Science Magazine Extraterrestrial impacts not the only source of “shocked quartz,” a new model suggests 7 hours
Salk Institute hit with discrimination lawsuit by third female scientist
Science Magazine Beverly Emerson's newly filed lawsuit alleges institute is an "antiquated boys’ club" 23 hours
Building a robot is one of many skills these students have mastered
Science Magazine FIRST Global Challenge attracts teams from 160 countries to promote STEM education 1 day
Surprise! The proton is lighter than we thought
Science Magazine New measurement could help explain a mystery of the universe 1 day
Paying cash for carbon, making dogs friendly, and destroying all life on Earth
Science Magazine This week we have stories on the genes that may make dogs friendly, why midsized animals are the fastest, and what it... 1 day
Watch the secret to a tuna’s sharp turns
Science Magazine VIDEO Fish use their lymphatic system to become agile hunters 1 day
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Optical imaging of surface chemistry and dynamics in confinement
Science Magazine We imaged the interfacial structure and dynamics of water in a microscopically confined geometry in three dimensions and on millisecond time scales with a 3D structurally illuminated wide-field second harmonic... 1 day
Structures of the CRISPR genome integration complex
Science Magazine CRISPR-Cas systems depend on the Cas1-Cas2 integrase to capture and integrate short foreign DNA fragments into the CRISPR locus, enabling adaptation to new viruses. We present crystal structures of Cas1-Cas2 bound to both donor... 1 day
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How to govern geoengineering?
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The first Australians arrived early
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Saving Europe's salamanders
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Bidirectional eukaryotic DNA replication is established by quasi-symmetrical helicase loading
Science Magazine Bidirectional replication from eukaryotic DNA replication origins requires the loading of two ring-shaped minichromosome maintenance (MCM) helicases around DNA in opposite orientations. MCM loading is orchestrated by binding... 1 day
Hydraulic control of tuna fins: A role for the lymphatic system in vertebrate locomotion
Science Magazine The lymphatic system in teleost fish has genetic and developmental origins similar to those of the mammalian lymphatic system, which... 1 day
An organic-inorganic perovskite ferroelectric with large piezoelectric response
Science Magazine Molecular piezoelectrics are highly desirable for their easy and environment-friendly processing, light weight, low processing temperature, and mechanical flexibility. However, although 136 years have passed since the discovery in 1880 of the... 1 day
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Evolutionarily, the beat goes on
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Wasp venom evolution
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Epigenetic plasticity and the hallmarks of cancer
Science Magazine Chromatin and associated epigenetic mechanisms stabilize gene expression and cellular states while also facilitating appropriate responses to developmental or environmental cues. Genetic, environmental, or metabolic insults can induce overly restrictive or overly permissive epigenetic... 1 day
Flawed environmental justice analyses
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Greater gait with gravity
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When evolution and biotechnologies collide
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Groundbreaking for an international neutrino experiment
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The moon is front and center during a total solar eclipse
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NASA invites you to become a citizen scientist during U.S. total solar eclipse
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Researchers discover mice speak similarly to humans
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Researchers work to improve recovery from tight shale reservoirs
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Researchers work to improve recovery from tight shale reservoirs
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