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Antigen-specific antibody Fc glycosylation enhances humoral immunity via the recruitment of complement
Science Magazine HIV-specific broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) confer protection after passive immunization, but the immunological mechanisms that drive their development are poorly understood. Structural features of... 1 day
Three-level spaser for next-generation luminescent nanoprobe
Science Magazine The development of modern biological and medical science highly depends on advanced luminescent probes. Current probes typically have wide emission spectra of 30 to 100 nm, which limits the number of resolvable colors that are simultaneously... 1 day
Superconducting cavity electro-optics: A platform for coherent photon conversion between superconducting and photonic circuits
Science Magazine Leveraging the quantum information-processing ability of superconducting circuits and long-distance distribution ability of optical photons promises the realization of complex... 1 day
Sequence-programmable covalent bonding of designed DNA assemblies
Science Magazine Bottom-up fabrication of custom nanostructures using the methods of DNA nanotechnology has great potential for applications in many areas of science and technology. One obstacle to applications concerns the constrained environmental conditions at which... 1 day
Origami and 4D printing of elastomer-derived ceramic structures
Science Magazine Four-dimensional (4D) printing involves conventional 3D printing followed by a shape-morphing step. It enables more complex shapes to be created than is possible with conventional 3D printing. However, 3D-printed ceramic precursors are... 1 day
High-efficiency large-area perovskite photovoltaic modules achieved via electrochemically assembled metal-filamentary nanoelectrodes
Science Magazine Realizing industrial-scale, large-area photovoltaic modules without any considerable performance losses compared with the performance of laboratory-scale, small-area perovskite solar cells (PSCs) has been a challenge for... 1 day
Multivalent binding of herpesvirus to living cells is tightly regulated during infection
Science Magazine Viral infection, initiated by the landing of a virion on a cellular surface, is largely defined by the preliminary interactions established between viral particles... 1 day
Why does AI stink at certain video games? Researchers made one play Ms. Pac-Man to find out
Science Magazine New technique reveals what algorithms are “thinking” 1 day
Quantum chicken-or-egg experiment blurs the distinction between before and after
Science Magazine In test, it’s impossible to determine the order of two events 1 day
Genome mapping of seed-borne allergens and immunoresponsive proteins in wheat
Science Magazine Wheat is an important staple grain for humankind globally because of its end-use quality and nutritional properties and its adaptability to diverse climates. For a small proportion of... 1 day
Congo’s new Ebola outbreak is hitting health care workers hard
Science Magazine International help ramps up as virus continues to spread in two provinces 1 day
Researcher at the center of an epic fraud remains an enigma to those who exposed him
Science Magazine After years of detective work, it's still unclear why a Japanese doctor faked dozens of clinical... 1 day
U.S. energy research agency doesn’t need a scientist at the helm, Congress tells nominee
Science Magazine Legislators tell Lane Genatowski to advocate for the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, which President Donald Trump wants to kill 2 days
Ancient volcanic eruptions, and peer pressure—from robots
Science Magazine Several thousand years ago the volcano under Santorini in Greece—known as Thera—erupted in a tremendous explosion, dusting the nearby Mediterranean civilizations of Crete and Egypt in a layer of white ash. This geological marker... 2 days
Wheat’s complex genome finally deciphered, offering hope for better harvests and nonallergenic varieties
Science Magazine Wheat researchers thrilled to have new help in finding genes and breeding in traits—“It's like walking with a Google map” 2 days
MCM2 promotes symmetric inheritance of modified histones during DNA replication
Science Magazine During genome replication, parental histones are recycled to newly replicated DNA with their posttranslational modifications (PTMs). It remains unknown whether sister chromatids inherit modified histones evenly. Here, we... 2 days
Evidence for Majorana bound states in an iron-based superconductor
Science Magazine The search for Majorana bound states (MBSs) has been fueled by the prospect of using their non-Abelian statistics for robust quantum computation. Two-dimensional superconducting topological materials have been predicted to... 2 days
Suppressing spatiotemporal lasing instabilities with wave-chaotic microcavities
Science Magazine Spatiotemporal instabilities are widespread phenomena resulting from complexity and nonlinearity. In broad-area edge-emitting semiconductor lasers, the nonlinear interactions of multiple spatial modes with the active medium can result in filamentation and spatiotemporal chaos. These... 2 days
A mechanism for preventing asymmetric histone segregation onto replicating DNA strands
Science Magazine How parental histone (H3-H4)2 tetramers, the primary carriers of epigenetic modifications, are transferred onto leading and lagging strands of DNA replication forks for epigenetic inheritance remains... 2 days
Unmasking the glow of silver clusters
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Shifting the limits in wheat research and breeding using a fully annotated reference genome
Science Magazine An annotated reference sequence representing the hexaploid bread wheat genome in 21 pseudomolecules has been analyzed to identify the distribution... 2 days
How Wnt ligands achieve specificity
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Quantum-inspired computational imaging
Science Magazine Computational imaging combines measurement and computational methods with the aim of forming images even when the measurement conditions are weak, few in number, or highly indirect. The recent surge in quantum-inspired imaging sensors, together with a new wave of algorithms... 2 days
The universe in a classroom
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Fragile X mental retardation 1 gene enhances the translation of large autism-related proteins
Science Magazine Mutations in the fragile X mental retardation 1 gene (FMR1) cause the most common inherited human autism spectrum disorder. FMR1 influences messenger... 2 days
Setting liver regeneration free
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Harassment charges: Injustice done?
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The transcriptional landscape of polyploid wheat
Science Magazine The coordinated expression of highly related homoeologous genes in polyploid species underlies the phenotypes of many of the world’s major crops. Here we combine extensive gene expression datasets to produce a comprehensive, genome-wide analysis of homoeolog... 2 days
Time is the key
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Four varieties of carbonyl sandwich
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Don't lose race-conscious policies
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Tide of lies
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Collective clog control: Optimizing traffic flow in confined biological and robophysical excavation
Science Magazine Groups of interacting active particles, insects, or humans can form clusters that hinder the goals of the collective; therefore, development of robust strategies for... 2 days
Overfed mice got rhythm
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Harassment charges: Journalists' role
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Photocatalytic upgrading of natural gas
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Stereodivergent synthesis of 1,4-dicarbonyls by traceless charge-accelerated sulfonium rearrangement
Science Magazine The chemistry of the carbonyl group is essential to modern organic synthesis. The preparation of substituted, enantioenriched 1,3- or 1,5-dicarbonyls is well developed, as their disconnection naturally follows from the... 2 days
Can robots peer-pressure children?
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Pest subverts host plant's foraging
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This Silicon Valley car tech firm is bringing secret weapon to the streets of Sacramento
The plastic waste crisis is an opportunity for the U.S. to get serious about recycling at home
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Virtual reality providing real-world literacy and numeracy learning tool
NASA water vapor data shows a 'patchy' Sub-Tropical Storm Ernesto
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Why X-rays could become a lot more personal
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