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Update: Mount Sinai board says it will launch probe of discrimination claims  Science Magazine · 19 hours
Letters to board had demanded investigation of “profoundly disturbing” allegations more
Fossils in Burmese amber offer an exquisite view of dinosaur times—and an ethical minefield  Science Magazine · 21 hours
Before scientists can study it, Burmese amber is mined in a conflict zone, smuggled into China, and sold to the... more
Demographic dynamics of the smallest marine vertebrates fuel coral-reef ecosystem functioning  Science Magazine · 21 hours
How coral reefs survive as oases of life in low-productivity oceans has puzzled scientists for centuries. The answer may lie in internal nutrient cycling and/or input... more
Chloride capture using a C-H hydrogen bonding cage  Science Magazine · 21 hours
Tight binding and high selectivity are hallmarks of biomolecular recognition. Achieving these behaviors with synthetic receptors has usually been associated with OH and NH hydrogen bonding. Contrary to this conventional wisdom, we... more
Bacterial pseudokinase catalyzes protein polyglutamylation to inhibit the SidE-family ubiquitin ligases  Science Magazine · 21 hours
Enzymes with a protein kinase fold transfer phosphate from adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) to substrates in a process known as phosphorylation. Here, we show that the Legionella... more
Electrified methane reforming: A compact approach to greener industrial hydrogen production  Science Magazine · 21 hours
Electrification of conventionally fired chemical reactors has the potential to reduce CO2 emissions and provide flexible and compact heat generation. Here, we describe a disruptive approach... more
Role of AcrAB-TolC multidrug efflux pump in drug-resistance acquisition by plasmid transfer  Science Magazine · 21 hours
Drug-resistance dissemination by horizontal gene transfer remains poorly understood at the cellular scale. Using live-cell microscopy, we reveal the dynamics of resistance acquisition by... more
Anti-Markovnikov alcohols via epoxide hydrogenation through cooperative catalysis  Science Magazine · 21 hours
The opening of epoxides typically requires electrophilic activation, and subsequent nucleophilic (SN2) attack on the less substituted carbon leads to alcohols with Markovnikov regioselectivity. We describe a cooperative catalysis approach to anti-Markovnikov... more
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A collaboration between art and science explores the turbulent physics of eddies
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Video: 100 years of gravity
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What caused the fireballs that lit up the sky over Australia?
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What caused the fireballs that lit up the sky over Australia?
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What caused the fireballs that lit up the sky over Australia?
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What caused the fireballs that lit up the sky over Australia?
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What caused the fireballs that lit up the sky over Australia?
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How an Inflating Universe Could Create a Multiverse
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How an Inflating Universe Could Create a Multiverse
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Cooling wood: Engineers create strong, sustainable solution for passive cooling
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The extraordinary powers of bacteria visualized in real time
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Fossils in Burmese amber offer an exquisite view of dinosaur times—and an ethical minefield
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'Terminator: Dark Fate' First Teaser Trailer Has Arrived
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Video: Could there be life without carbon?
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New studies increase confidence in NASA's measure of Earth's temperature
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