Nature_自然_2021.10.02

Nature_自然_2021.10.02

Nature

语言: 英语

出版社: calibre

出版日期: 2021年10月2日

简介:

Articles in this issue: Concrete needs to lose its colossal carbon footprint What a personal saga reveals about scientists’ lives — and about science itself The incoming Afghan government must allow immunizations An iron grip could help pee to produce electricity Life-sized camels in rock are a Stone Age masterpiece Tiny particles could make a powerful COVID vaccine Bright lights at night scramble the sweet song of crickets Thirty lasers act as one to shine a powerful light The oil-field ‘fugitive’ that can slip into the water supply A mega-penguin stood tall on prodigious limbs Moon ice, research imbalance and a new science minister Ancient footprints could be oldest traces of humans in the Americas Closest known relatives of virus behind COVID-19 found in Laos Resistance to front-line malaria drugs confirmed in Africa Young people’s climate anxiety revealed in landmark survey COVID vaccine immunity is waning — how much does that matter? Starting up in science: two biologists struggle to launch their labs Starting up in science: an agonizing search for cash confronts two labs Starting up in science: two labs face the pandemic and another shock Transformations in medical care were never easy or safe From gold to Bitcoin and beyond Antony Hewish (1924–2021) Microsoft’s million-tonne CO2-removal purchase — lessons for net zero Mental health: build predictive models to steer policy How to shrink the gap that holds Black scientists back Stress testing avocados Heat management with a twist in layered materials Pollination advantage of rare plants unveiled Electron crystals come under the microscope Insights into the origins of pancreatic cancer Protein condensates provide a platform for controlling chromatin From the archive The importance of lake breach floods for valley incision on early Mars Imaging two-dimensional generalized Wigner crystals Non-Hermitian topological whispering gallery Extremely anisotropic van der Waals thermal conductors The role of charge recombination to triplet excitons in organic solar cells Skilful precipitation nowcasting using deep generative models of radar Mercury stable isotopes constrain atmospheric sources to the ocean Fine-root traits in the global spectrum of plant form and function Pollinators contribute to the maintenance of flowering plant diversity Genetic and epigenetic coordination of cortical interneuron development Rational design of a new antibiotic class for drug-resistant infections Emergence and expansion of SARS-CoV-2 B.1.526 after identification in New York A lymphocyte–microglia–astrocyte axis in chronic active multiple sclerosis Acinar cell clonal expansion in pancreas homeostasis and carcinogenesis Programmable RNA targeting with the single-protein CRISPR effector Cas7-11 UTX condensation underlies its tumour-suppressive activity Structure-based classification predicts drug response in EGFR-mutant NSCLC 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.