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Tourists on safari track leopards and lions just as well as scientists  Science Magazine · 1 hour
Study finds outsourcing tracking to tourists is cheaper than traditional techniques more
This jellyfish makes glowing proteins previously unknown to science  Science Magazine · 3 days
Discovery could help researchers create a new generation of fluorescent probes more
Major U.S. cities are leaking methane at twice the rate previously believed  Science Magazine · 3 days
New York City, Boston, other East Coast cities annually emit 890,000 tons of the greenhouse gas more
Empty peptide-receptive MHC class I molecules for efficient detection of antigen-specific T cells  Science Magazine · 3 days
The peptide-dependent stability of MHC class I molecules poses a substantial challenge for their use in peptide-MHC multimer–based approaches to comprehensively analyze... more
High-throughput peptide-MHC complex generation and kinetic screenings of TCRs with peptide-receptive HLA-A*02:01 molecules  Science Magazine · 3 days
Major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I molecules present short peptide ligands on the cell surface for interrogation by cytotoxic CD8+ T cells.... more
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide as a photocatalyst  Science Magazine · 3 days
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) is a key redox compound in all living cells responsible for energy transduction, genomic integrity, life-span extension, and neuromodulation. Here, we report a new function of NAD+ as a molecular photocatalyst in... more
Large negative thermo-optic coefficients of a lead halide perovskite  Science Magazine · 3 days
Lead halide perovskites are promising semiconductors for high-performance photonic devices. Because the refractive index determines the optimal design and performance limit of the semiconductor devices, the refractive index and its... more
Ultrafast chemical imaging by widefield photothermal sensing of infrared absorption  Science Magazine · 3 days
Infrared (IR) imaging has become a viable tool for visualizing various chemical bonds in a specimen. The performance, however, is limited in terms of spatial resolution and imaging... more
Giant gate-tunable bandgap renormalization and excitonic effects in a 2D semiconductor  Science Magazine · 3 days
Understanding the remarkable excitonic effects and controlling the exciton binding energies in two-dimensional (2D) semiconductors are crucial in unlocking their full potential for use in future... more
Ultrathin conformal polycyclosiloxane films to improve silicon cycling stability  Science Magazine · 3 days
Electrochemical reduction of lithium ion battery electrolyte on Si anodes was mitigated by synthesizing nanoscale, conformal polymer films as artificial solid electrolyte interface (SEI) layers. Initiated chemical vapor deposition (iCVD)... more
Quantum mechanical MRI simulations: Solving the matrix dimension problem  Science Magazine · 3 days
We propose a solution to the matrix dimension problem in quantum mechanical simulations of MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) experiments on complex molecules. This problem is very old; it arises when... more
Programmable dynamic steady states in ATP-driven nonequilibrium DNA systems  Science Magazine · 3 days
Inspired by the dynamics of the dissipative self-assembly of microtubules, chemically fueled synthetic systems with transient lifetimes are emerging for nonequilibrium materials design. However, realizing programmable or even adaptive structural... more
Variation of the giant intrinsic spin Hall conductivity of Pt with carrier lifetime  Science Magazine · 3 days
More than a decade after the first theoretical and experimental studies of the spin Hall conductivity (SHC) of Pt, both its dominant... more
Quantum interference enables constant-time quantum information processing  Science Magazine · 3 days
It is an open question how fast information processing can be performed and whether quantum effects can speed up the best existing solutions. Signal extraction, analysis, and compression in diagnostics, astronomy, chemistry, and broadcasting... more
Response to Comment on "Earth and Moon impact flux increased at the end of the Paleozoic"  Science Magazine · 4 days
Hergarten et al. interpret our results in terms of erosion and uncertain calibration, rather than requiring... more
Can we inherit trauma from our ancestors, and the secret to dark liquid dances  Science Magazine · 4 days
Can we inherit trauma from our ancestors? Studies of behavior and biomarkers have suggested the stress of harsh conditions or... more
Could humanity’s return to the moon spark a new age of lunar telescopes?  Science Magazine · 4 days
Nearly 50 years after NASA put a small telescope on the Moon, astronomers are dusting off plans for new lunar observatories more
High thermoelectric cooling performance of n-type Mg3Bi2-based materials  Science Magazine · 4 days
Thermoelectric materials have a large Peltier effect, making them attractive materials for solid-state cooling applications. Bi2Te3-based alloys have remained as the state-of-the-art room temperature materials for many decades. However, cost partially limited... more
Nuclear hnRNPA2B1 initiates and amplifies the innate immune response to DNA viruses  Science Magazine · 4 days
DNA viruses typically eject genomic DNA into the nuclei of host cells after entry. It is unclear, however, how nuclear pathogen-derived DNA triggers innate... more
Quantum-state-selective electron recombination studies suggest enhanced abundance of primordial HeH+  Science Magazine · 4 days
The epoch of first star formation in the early universe was dominated by simple atomic and molecular species consisting mainly of two elements: hydrogen and helium. Gaining insight... more
Cortical layer-specific critical dynamics triggering perception  Science Magazine · 4 days
Perceptual experiences may arise from neuronal activity patterns in mammalian neocortex. We probed mouse neocortex during visual discrimination using a red-shifted channelrhodopsin (ChRmine, discovered through structure-guided genome mining) alongside multiplexed multiphoton-holography (MultiSLM), achieving control of individually-specified... more
IRE1{alpha}-XBP1 signaling in leukocytes controls prostaglandin biosynthesis and pain  Science Magazine · 4 days
Inositol-requiring enzyme 1[α] (IRE1[α])–X-box binding protein spliced (XBP1) signaling maintains endoplasmic reticulum (ER) homeostasis while controlling immunometabolic processes. Yet, the physiological consequences of IRE1α–XBP1 activation in leukocytes remain unexplored. We... more
Topological molecular nanocarbons: All-benzene catenane and trefoil knot  Science Magazine · 4 days
The generation of topologically complex nanocarbons can spur developments in science and technology. However, conventional synthetic routes to interlocked molecules require heteroatoms. We report the synthesis of catenanes and a molecular trefoil... more
Seasonal to multiannual marine ecosystem prediction with a global Earth system model  Science Magazine · 4 days
Climate variations have a profound impact on marine ecosystems and the communities that depend upon them. Anticipating ecosystem shifts using global Earth system models... more
New Jurassic mammaliaform sheds light on early evolution of mammal-like hyoid bones  Science Magazine · 4 days
We report a new Jurassic docodontan mammaliaform found in China that is preserved with the hyoid bones. Its basihyal, ceratohyal, epihyal, and thyrohyal bones... more
Quantum scale anomaly and spatial coherence in a 2D Fermi superfluid  Science Magazine · 4 days
Quantum anomalies are violations of classical scaling symmetries caused by divergences that appear in the quantization of certain classical theories. Although they play a prominent role... more
Use of a scaffold peptide in the biosynthesis of amino acid-derived natural products  Science Magazine · 4 days
Genome sequencing of environmental bacteria allows identification of biosynthetic gene clusters encoding unusual combinations of enzymes that produce unknown natural products. We... more
Millennial storage of near-Moho magma  Science Magazine · 4 days
The lower crust plays a critical role in the processing of mantle melts and the triggering of volcanic eruptions by supply of magma from greater depth. Our understanding of the deeper parts of magmatic systems is obscured by... more
Reconfigurable ferromagnetic liquid droplets  Science Magazine · 4 days
Solid ferromagnetic materials are rigid in shape and cannot be reconfigured. Ferrofluids, although reconfigurable, are paramagnetic at room temperature and lose their magnetization when the applied magnetic field is removed. Here, we show a reversible paramagnetic-to-ferromagnetic transformation of ferrofluid droplets... more
String patterns in the doped Hubbard model  Science Magazine · 4 days
Understanding strongly correlated quantum many-body states is one of the most difficult challenges in modern physics. For example, there remain fundamental open questions on the phase diagram of the Hubbard model, which describes strongly... more
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