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The next graphene? Shiny and magnetic, a new form of pure carbon dazzles with potential  Science Magazine · 12 hours
U-carbon could be used in lightweight coatings, medical products, and novel electronic devices more
Why NIH is beefing up its data sharing rules after 16 years  Science Magazine · 2 days
Draft update to 2003 policy will require that all grantees make data sets freely available more
United States should make a massive investment in AI, top Senate Democrat says  Science Magazine · 2 days
Senator Charles Schumer (D–NY) says $100 billion more is needed to keep United States a global leader more
VEGF-A drives TOX-dependent T cell exhaustion in anti-PD-1-resistant microsatellite stable colorectal cancers  Science Magazine · 5 days
Although immune checkpoint blockade therapies have demonstrated clinical efficacy in cancer treatment, harnessing this strategy is largely encumbered by resistance in multiple cancer settings.... more
Neutrophils restrain allergic airway inflammation by limiting ILC2 function and monocyte-dendritic cell antigen presentation  Science Magazine · 5 days
Neutrophil mobilization, recruitment, and clearance must be tightly regulated as overexuberant neutrophilic inflammation is implicated in the pathology of chronic... more
Room temperature strain-induced Landau levels in graphene on a wafer-scale platform  Science Magazine · 5 days
Graphene is a powerful playground for studying a plethora of quantum phenomena. One of the remarkable properties of graphene arises when it is strained in particular... more
Integrated textile sensor patch for real-time and multiplex sweat analysis  Science Magazine · 5 days
Wearable sweat analysis devices for monitoring of multiple health-related biomarkers with high sensitivity are highly desired for noninvasive and real-time monitoring of human health. Here, we report a... more
Designing electromechanical metamaterial with full nonzero piezoelectric coefficients  Science Magazine · 5 days
Designing topological and geometrical structures with extended unnatural parameters (negative, near-zero, ultrahigh, or tunable) and counterintuitive properties is a big challenge in the field of metamaterials, especially for relatively unexplored materials with... more
Machine learning-assisted molecular design and efficiency prediction for high-performance organic photovoltaic materials  Science Magazine · 5 days
In the process of finding high-performance materials for organic photovoltaics (OPVs), it is meaningful if one can establish the relationship between chemical structures and... more
Thermionic transport across gold-graphene-WSe2 van der Waals heterostructures  Science Magazine · 5 days
Solid-state thermionic devices based on van der Waals structures were proposed for nanoscale thermal to electrical energy conversion and integrated electronic cooling applications. We study thermionic cooling across gold-graphene-WSe2-graphene-gold structures computationally and... more
MoS2 pixel arrays for real-time photoluminescence imaging of redox molecules  Science Magazine · 5 days
Measuring the behavior of redox-active molecules in space and time is crucial for understanding chemical and biological systems and for developing new technologies. Optical schemes are noninvasive and... more
Stretchable self-healable semiconducting polymer film for active-matrix strain-sensing array  Science Magazine · 5 days
Skin-like sensory devices should be stretchable and self-healable to meet the demands for future electronic skin applications. Despite recent notable advances in skin-inspired electronic materials, it remains challenging to confer... more
Unearthing slavery in the Caribbean, and the Catholic Church’s influence on modern psychology  Science Magazine · 6 days
Most historical accounts of slavery were written by colonists and planters. Researchers are now using the tools of archaeology to learn more... more
Caribbean excavation offers intimate look at the lives of enslaved Africans  Science Magazine · 6 days
“These stories are not going to be lost. They’re going to be remembered.” more
How the early Christian church gave birth to today’s WEIRD Europeans  Science Magazine · 6 days
Centuries-old incest ban made Westerners more independent and trusting of strangers, study argues more
Revamped cancer drug starves tumors in mice  Science Magazine · 6 days
Compound that robs tumors of essential amino acid headed for clinical trials more
Wafer-scale synthesis of monolayer two-dimensional porphyrin polymers for hybrid superlattices  Science Magazine · 6 days
The large-scale synthesis of high-quality thin films with extensive tunability derived from molecular building blocks will advance the development of artificial solids with designed functionalities. We report the... more
Glutamine blockade induces divergent metabolic programs to overcome tumor immune evasion  Science Magazine · 6 days
The metabolic characteristics of tumors present significant hurdles to immune cell function and cancer immunotherapy. Using a novel glutamine antagonist, we metabolically dismantled the immunosuppressive microenvironment... more
Adaptive mutability of colorectal cancers in response to targeted therapies  Science Magazine · 6 days
The emergence of drug resistance limits the efficacy of targeted therapies in human tumors. The prevalent view is that resistance is a fait accompli: when treatment is initiated,... more
Alternative polyadenylation of Pax3 controls muscle stem cell fate and muscle function  Science Magazine · 6 days
Adult stem cells are essential for tissue homeostasis. In skeletal muscle, muscle stem cells (MuSCs) reside in a quiescent state, but little is known... more
Double PIK3CA mutations in cis increase oncogenicity and sensitivity to PI3K{alpha} inhibitors  Science Magazine · 6 days
Activating mutations in PIK3CA are frequent in human breast cancer, and phosphoinositide 3-kinase alpha (PI3Kα) inhibitors have been approved for therapy. To characterize determinants... more
Efficient, stable solar cells by using inherent bandgap of {alpha}-phase formamidinium lead iodide  Science Magazine · 6 days
In general, mixed cations and anions containing formamidinium (FA), methylammonium (MA), caesium, iodine, and bromine ions are used to stabilize the black... more
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