Nature_自然_2021.09.25

Nature_自然_2021.09.25

Nature

语言: 英语

出版社: calibre

出版日期: 2021年9月25日

简介:

Articles in this issue: Greece used AI to curb COVID: what other nations can learn Biden must keep funding pledge to historically Black colleges and universities Hurricane Ida shows the one-two punch of poverty and climate change A CRISPR fix for muscles hatches from a viral shell China faces one–two punches of extreme weather as Earth warms An unruly painkiller is tamed with inspiration from nature Home working brings longer hours, fewer phone calls Humans walk efficiently even with their heads in the clouds A sweet tooth gave ancient primates a mouthful of woe Puffins and friends suffer in washing-machine waves Preprint ban reversal, vaccine boosters and awards bias The fight to manufacture COVID vaccines in lower-income countries Did the coronavirus jump from animals to people twice? Australian bush fires belched out immense quantity of carbon New type of dark energy could solve Universe expansion mystery Swedish research misconduct agency swamped with cases in first year How far will global population rise? Researchers can’t agree How dangerous is Africa’s explosive Lake Kivu? Who is allowed to have wild ideas in physics? A meander around many circulatory systems Intellectual bees, doyenne of dark matter, and mathematical grief: Books in brief Funders: cover APCs for African scholars — and do more Afghanistan: Taliban’s return imperils maternal health Changing the wrapping won’t fix genetic-racism package Discovering allyship at a historically Black university Cash boost looms for historically Black US colleges and universities Single-cell proteomics takes centre stage Preserving pieces of history in eggshells and birds’ nests Modern Polynesian genomes offer clues to early eastward migrations Ebola virus can lie low and reactivate after years in human survivors Seed-inspired vehicles take flight Policy, drought and fires combine to affect biodiversity in the Amazon basin Light detection nears its quantum limit Quenching of star formation from a lack of inflowing gas to galaxies Normal, dust-obscured galaxies in the epoch of reionization Single-photon nonlinearity at room temperature Electron phase-space control in photonic chip-based particle acceleration Three-dimensional electronic microfliers inspired by wind-dispersed seeds Three-dimensional magnetic stripes require slow cooling in fast-spread lower ocean crust How deregulation, drought and increasing fire impact Amazonian biodiversity Paths and timings of the peopling of Polynesia inferred from genomic networks Rare variant contribution to human disease in 281,104 UK Biobank exomes Bioaccumulation of therapeutic drugs by human gut bacteria Resurgence of Ebola virus in 2021 in Guinea suggests a new paradigm for outbreaks An engineered IL-2 partial agonist promotes CD8+ T cell stemness Inter-cellular CRISPR screens reveal regulators of cancer cell phagocytosis Using DNA sequencing data to quantify T cell fraction and therapy response Single-cell Ribo-seq reveals cell cycle-dependent translational pausing Structural basis for tRNA methylthiolation by the radical SAM enzyme MiaB Positive allosteric mechanisms of adenosine A1 receptor-mediated analgesia A finding of sex similarities rather than differences in COVID-19 outcomes Reply to: A finding of sex similarities rather than differences in COVID-19 outcomes Author Correction: CO2 doping of organic interlayers for perovskite solar cells Nature is a weekly international multidisciplinary scientific journal publishing peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. Nauture also provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.