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· Author Correction: miR-34a blocks osteoporosis and bone metastasis by inhibiting osteoclastogenesis and Tgif2.

· Taiwan considers double-blind peer review for grants.

· Daily briefing: Video films four trillion frames per second.

· Robo-pups, printed ears and bias ? a tour of AI.

· Author Correction: A CRISPR/Cas system mediates bacterial innate immune evasion and virulence.

· Video filmed at four trillion frames per second captures light in a flash.

· Daily briefing: Are carbon offsets failing us?.

· World?s largest laser lab rocked by slew of disputes.

· Violent birth could explain galaxy?s shortage of dark matter.

· Landlocked Mongolia might hold clues to underwater volcanoes.

· Brazilian scientists strive to turn politicians into allies.

· What Europe is getting right about research.

· Active chromatin marks drive spatial sequestration of heterochromatin in C. elegans nuclei.

· How European scientists will spend ?100 billion.

· Rescue ants save the day for comrades entangled in spider silk.

· CRISPR-baby rules, fake-news law and kilogram retires.

· Mitochondrial protein translocation-associated degradation.

· Daily briefing: What abortion bans mean for public health.

· The future of science in Europe.

· Increase in CFC-11 emissions from eastern China based on atmospheric observations.

· A rigorous electrochemical ammonia synthesis protocol with quantitative isotope measurements.

· Superconductivity near room temperature.

· Guarding the gate for mitochondrial entry.

· Superconductivity at 250 K in lanthanum hydride under high pressures.

· Enter Nature?s essay competition.

· Rogue emissions of ozone-depleting chemical pinned to China.

· Europe?s controversial plans to expand defence research.

· It?s all my fault, or the Beanstalk sucks.

· Absence of amorphous forms when ice is compressed at low temperature.

· Science in Europe: by the numbers.

· A conserved PLPLRT/SD motif of STING mediates the recruitment and activation of TBK1.

· Global change drives modern plankton communities away from the pre-industrial state.

· Publisher Correction: Innervation of thermogenic adipose tissue via a calsyntenin 3??S100b axis.

· A twist in the tale of the structure of ice.

· Dissociable dopamine dynamics for learning and motivation.

· Billion-year-old fossils set back evolution of earliest fungi.

· Genomic characterization of metastatic breast cancers.

· CRISPR zeroes in on antibiotic-resistance genes.

· Fast and inefficient star formation due to short-lived molecular clouds and rapid feedback.

· Genome?lamina interactions are established de novo in the early mouse embryo.

· Closing in on what motivates motivation.

· The rheology and thermal history of Mars revealed by the orbital evolution of Phobos.

· Lattice anchoring stabilizes solution-processed semiconductors.

· Epitaxial growth of a 100-square-centimetre single-crystal hexagonal boron nitride monolayer on copper.

· Early fungi from the Proterozoic era in Arctic Canada.

· Voyager spacecraft steward among winners of prestigious Hong Kong prizes.

· Exome sequencing of 20,791cases of type 2 diabetes and 24,440controls.

· Publisher Correction: Sensory experience remodels genome architecture in neural circuit to drive motor learning.

· Podcast: Pre-industrial plankton populations, European science, and ancient fungi.

· Anthropocene now: influential panel votes to recognize Earth?s new epoch.

· One? million species to go extinct ? a decades-old headline.

· A dam or an ape ? Indonesia faces stark choice.

· Views from a continent in flux.

· Stats: retain significance testing.

· Stats: 800 signatories on death warrant is overkill.

· Baby tiger sharks gobble up songbirds.

· More haste, less speed in replenishing China?s groundwater.

· How China will protect one-quarter of its land.

· Three tips to avoid becoming a ?conference zombie?.

· Europe the rule-maker.

· Europe is a top destination for many researchers.

· Daily briefing: What a ?healthy? microbiome of planet Earth looks like.

· Colombia: new plan imperils Amazon.

· The devastating biological consequences of homelessness.

· From the archive.

· China set to introduce gene-editing regulation following CRISPR-baby furore.

· Quantum gases show flashes of a supersolid.

· Altered minds: mescaline?s complicated history.

· Air conditioner ?in a patch? provides portable cooling.

· A DIY approach to automating your lab.

· A massive white-dwarf merger product before final collapse.

· Physical kilogram is officially dead.

· Imaging tweak reveals chemical bonds inside bulky molecules.

· Late steps in bacterial translation initiation visualized using time-resolved cryo-EM.

· Daily briefing: Huge study finds no evidence of a ?depression gene?.


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