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Cooling failure threatens NOAA’s newest weather satellite
Science Magazine Agency scrambles to rescue GOES-17’s main instrument 17 hours
Poststroke delivery of MANF promotes functional recovery in rats
Science Magazine Stroke is the most common cause of adult disability in developed countries, largely because spontaneous recovery is often incomplete, and no pharmacological means to hasten the recovery exist. It was... 19 hours
Phosphorus, not nitrogen, limits plants and microbial primary producers following glacial retreat
Science Magazine Current models of ecosystem development hold that low nitrogen availability limits the earliest stages of primary succession, but these models were developed from studies... 19 hours
Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels this century will alter the protein, micronutrients, and vitamin content of rice grains with potential health consequences for the poorest rice-dependent countries
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Evolutionary divergence in competitive mating success through female mating bias for good genes
Science Magazine Despite heritable variation for univariate sexually selected traits, recent analyses exploring multivariate traits find evidence consistent with the lek paradox in showing... 19 hours
Single-molecule analysis reveals the mechanism of transcription activation in M. tuberculosis
Science Magazine The subunit of bacterial RNA polymerase (RNAP) controls recognition of the –10 and –35 promoter elements during transcription initiation. Free adopts a "closed," or inactive, conformation... 19 hours
Chronology of martian breccia NWA 7034 and the formation of the martian crustal dichotomy
Science Magazine Martian meteorite Northwest Africa (NWA) 7034 and its paired stones are the only brecciated regolith samples from Mars with compositions... 19 hours
Alternative male morphs solve sperm performance/longevity trade-off in opposite directions
Science Magazine Males pursuing alternative reproductive tactics have been predicted to face a trade-off between maximizing either swimming performance or endurance of their sperm. However, empirical evidence for this trade-off... 19 hours
Plasmodium gametocytes display homing and vascular transmigration in the host bone marrow
Science Magazine Transmission of Plasmodium parasites to the mosquito requires the formation and development of gametocytes. Studies in infected humans have shown that only the most... 19 hours
Machine learning reveals cyclic changes in seismic source spectra in Geysers geothermal field
Science Magazine The earthquake rupture process comprises complex interactions of stress, fracture, and frictional properties. New machine learning methods demonstrate great potential to reveal... 19 hours
Rapid, noninvasive detection of Zika virus in Aedes aegypti mosquitoes by near-infrared spectroscopy
Science Magazine The accelerating global spread of arboviruses, such as Zika virus (ZIKV), highlights the need for more proactive mosquito surveillance. However, a major... 19 hours
[Editors' Choice] Opening the eyes on autism
Science Magazine Nine- to 10-month-old infants who develop autism show early enhanced pupillary light reflex compared with infants who did not develop autism. 19 hours
[Editors' Choice] A fatty link between heart disease and autoimmunity
Science Magazine Atherogenic hyperlipidemia drives IL-27 production by dendritic cells to support follicular T cell differentiation and systemic autoimmune disorders in mice. 19 hours
[Research Articles] A rationally designed NRP1-independent superagonist SEMA3A mutant is an effective anticancer agent
Science Magazine Vascular normalizing strategies, aimed at ameliorating blood vessel perfusion and lessening tissue hypoxia, are treatments that may improve the outcome... 19 hours
[Perspectives] Cancer metabolism gets physical
Science Magazine Patient-derived culture models enable assessment of drug sensitivity and can connect personalized genomics with therapeutic options. However, their clinical translation is constrained by limited fidelity. We outline how the physical microenvironment regulates cell metabolism and describe how engineered... 19 hours
[Research Articles] Adult rat myelin enhances axonal outgrowth from neural stem cells
Science Magazine Axon regeneration after spinal cord injury (SCI) is attenuated by growth inhibitory molecules associated with myelin. We report that rat myelin stimulated the growth... 19 hours
[Editors' Choice] Blocking IL-6 signaling deflates pulmonary arterial hypertension
Science Magazine IL-6 signaling contributes to the pathogenesis of pulmonary arterial hypertension by orchestrating pulmonary arterial smooth muscle cell expansion. 19 hours
[Research Articles] Derepression of co-silenced tumor suppressor genes by nanoparticle-loaded circular ssDNA reduces tumor malignancy
Science Magazine The co-silencing of multiple tumor suppressor genes can lead to escalated malignancy in cancer cells. Given the limited... 19 hours
[Research Articles] Striatal dopamine regulates systemic glucose metabolism in humans and mice
Science Magazine The brain is emerging as an important regulator of systemic glucose metabolism. Accumulating data from animal and observational human studies suggest that striatal dopamine... 19 hours
Could deep brain stimulation help zap diabetes?
Science Magazine New study suggests that implanted devices could improve glucose metabolism 19 hours
Scientists are declaring war against a leukemia-causing virus that has infected millions
Science Magazine Widespread testing can help curb HTLV-1, the retrovirus that HIV has overshadowed 20 hours
Elusive master organizer of human embryo growth seen for the first time
Science Magazine Lab-grown cells prompts beginnings of a second nervous system in chick embryos 20 hours
What’s really behind ‘gluten sensitivity’?
Science Magazine VIDEO Conflicting research points to an immune reaction or indigestible carbs 21 hours
Here’s how China is challenging the U.S. and European brain initiatives
Science Magazine New research centers move 15-year project closer to reality 22 hours
Here's how China is challenging the U.S. and European brain initiatives
Science Magazine New research centers move 15-year project closer to reality 2 days
To find small asteroids that could hit Earth, private foundation embraces small satellites
Science Magazine After abandoning plans for a large space telescope, B612 organization pins hopes on new technologies 2 days
‘It’s a toxic place.’ How the online world of white nationalists distorts population genetics
Science Magazine A graduate student is analyzing how Stormfront and other racist websites misunderstand, and misuse, new scientific papers 2 days
Defeated but unbowed: Two Pennsylvania scientists regroup after primary loss
Science Magazine Molly Sheehan and Eric Ding reflect on their bids for Congress 2 days
Plants outweigh all other life on Earth
Science Magazine Trees and other greenery make up 80% of all biomass 3 days
Surprise! House spending panel gives NSF far more money for telescope than it requested
Science Magazine Representative John Culberson (R–TX) says accelerated spending on big new facilities lowers cost and hastens scientific payoff 3 days
Rival giant telescopes join forces to seek U.S. funding
Science Magazine Thirty Meter Telescope and Giant Magellan Telescope will offer “public access” in hopes of winning support 3 days
The world’s largest amphibian is being bred to extinction
Science Magazine The Chinese giant salamander is actually five distinct species, all of which are virtually extinct in the wild 3 days
This asteroid came from another solar system—and it’s here to stay
Science Magazine 2015 BZ509 has a weird orbit, likely because it is an interstellar interloper 3 days
Trump to nominate Chris Fall, neuroscientist and policy veteran, to lead DOE Science
Science Magazine Fall also served in Obama White House 6 days
Conformational ensembles of RNA oligonucleotides from integrating NMR and molecular simulations
Science Magazine RNA molecules are key players in numerous cellular processes and are characterized by a complex relationship between structure, dynamics, and function. Despite their apparent simplicity, RNA... 6 days
Orientation-independent room temperature optical 13C hyperpolarization in powdered diamond
Science Magazine Dynamic nuclear polarization via contact with electronic spins has emerged as an attractive route to enhance the sensitivity of nuclear magnetic resonance beyond the traditional limits imposed by magnetic field... 6 days
Observation of the quantum valley Hall state in ballistic graphene superlattices
Science Magazine In graphene superlattices, bulk topological currents can lead to long-range charge-neutral flow and nonlocal resistance near Dirac points. A ballistic version of these phenomena has never... 6 days
Gate-tuned quantum Hall states in Dirac semimetal (Cd1-xZnx)3As2
Science Magazine The recent discovery of topological Dirac semimetals (DSMs) has provoked intense curiosity not only regarding Weyl physics in solids but also about topological phase transitions originating from DSMs. One specific area of... 6 days
Graphene biointerfaces for optical stimulation of cells
Science Magazine Noninvasive stimulation of cells is crucial for the accurate examination and control of their function both at the cellular and the system levels. To address this need, we present a pioneering optical stimulation platform... 6 days
Interplay of cation and anion redox in Li4Mn2O5 cathode material and prediction of improved Li4(Mn,M)2O5 electrodes for Li-ion batteries
Science Magazine Significant research effort has focused on improving the specific energy... 6 days
Interface reconstruction with emerging charge ordering in hexagonal manganite
Science Magazine Multiferroic materials, which simultaneously have multiple orderings, hold promise for use in the next generation of memory devices. We report a novel self-assembled MnO double layer forming at the interface... 6 days
A new route to synthesize aryl acetates from carbonylation of aryl methyl ethers
Science Magazine Ether bond activation is very interesting because the synthesis of many valuable compounds involves conversion of ethers. Moreover, C–O bond cleavage is... 6 days
Head of controversial agency becomes Russian minister for science and higher education
Science Magazine Mikhail Kotyukov headed the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations, which seized control of the Russian Academy of Sciences’s property after 2013 reform 6 days
Tumor immune evasion arises through loss of TNF sensitivity
Science Magazine Immunotherapy has revolutionized outcomes for cancer patients, but the mechanisms of resistance remain poorly defined. We used a series of whole-genome clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat (CRISPR)–based screens performed... 6 days
Despite spread to port city, Congo Ebola outbreak isn’t an international emergency yet, WHO says
Science Magazine Advisory committee says there’s no “significant” threat yet of cross-border spread 6 days
Top stories: HPV vaccine debate, 2000-year-old pollution, and a lawmaker’s views on sea level rise
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Something killed a lot of sperm whales in the past—and it wasn’t whalers
Science Magazine Study of the sea giants’ genetic diversity comes to surprising conclusion 6 days
FDA just approved the first drug to prevent migraines. Here’s the story of its discovery—and its limitations
Science Magazine A new class of drugs is finally offering relief for some who frequently suffer... 6 days
Will antibodies finally put an end to migraines?
Science Magazine A new class of drugs is finally offering relief for some who frequently suffer these powerful headaches. 6 days
That NASA climate science program Trump axed? House lawmakers just moved to restore it.
Science Magazine House spending panel adds $10 for climate monitoring program 7 days
Arabica coffee genome sequenced
Closing the loop on sustainable aquaculture
Plasma rain in the sun’s atmosphere falls in surprising places
How situation awareness could save your life
How situation awareness could save your life
How situation awareness could save your life
Team cracks code to cheap, small carbon nanotubes
Astronomers spot a distant and lonely neutron star
What’s really behind ‘gluten sensitivity’?
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Pairing AI with optical scanning for real-world product authentication
A necessary evil? What you need to know about animal research
Bendy laser beams can examine human tissue like never before
Previously unreported Arctic phytoplankton transport could jeopardize fish populations
Mapping the Genes Responsible for Pluripotency
Malaria-causing parasite manipulates liver cells to survive