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· Confinement of atomically defined metal halide sheets in a metal?organic framework.

· Pollutant?s accelerating emissions are an unwelcome surprise.

· Buried children wore headgear made from other youngsters? skulls.

· Trispecific antibodies offer a third way forward for anticancer immunotherapy.

· Wearable graphene sensors use ambient light to monitor health.

· Got mutation? ?Base editors? fix genomes one nucleotide at a time.

· Temperature-dependent polarization in a non-polar crystal.

· A whole new world: astronomers draw first global map of Titan.

· How we probe and pollute the cosmos.

· Engineering a dream workspace.

· Daily briefing: The vast global tide of used and discarded goods.

· ?Bubble wrap? cushions a cell?s nucleus on the move.

· Death threats and lawsuits: John Maddox Prize honours researchers who risk everything to stand up for science.

· Working Scientist podcast: Too many PhDs, too few research positions.

· Neuroscientist wins Nature?s impact prize by supporting others and sharing hardware.

· More Indigenous and Latin American students are joining US graduate programmes ? but overall diversity remains low.

· A spy plane?s declassified snapshots reveal an ancient city?s size.

· Next stop Earth: Hayabusa2 bids farewell to asteroid Ryugu.

· Physics institute focused on developing countries gets a new leader.

· Daily briefing: Unexpected discovery in basic mathematics.

· Author Correction: Targeting cardiac fibrosis with engineered T cells.

· Microbial clues to a liver disease.

· Avert catastrophe now in Africa?s Sahel.

· Ocean explorers delve beneath the ice.

· Activity of caspase-8 determines plasticity between cell death pathways.

· Link between antimatter and dark matter probed.

· Selective participation may undermine replication attempts.

· Podcast: A rapid, multi-material 3D printer, and a bacterium?s role in alcoholic hepatitis.

· Marine Proteobacteria metabolize glycolate via the ?-hydroxyaspartate cycle.

· How to print multi-material devices in one go.

· A view on drug resistance in cancer.

· Voxelated soft matter via multimaterial multinozzle 3D printing.

· How to welcome a new international researcher into your team.

· Bacteriophage targeting of gut bacterium attenuates alcoholic liver disease.

· A volumetric display for visual, tactile and audio presentation using acoustic trapping.

· Direct limits on the interaction of antiprotons with axion-like dark matter.

· The mental health of PhD researchers demands urgent attention.

· Cryo-EM structure of the spinach cytochrome b6?f?complex at 3.6 resolution.

· Sexism in chemistry, FDA nomination and a long-lost ungulate.

· Shared consciousness, artificial imagination, and the Universe?s first seconds: Books in brief.

· Structures of a RAG-like transposase during cut-and-paste transposition.

· A sharper view of the world?s oceans.

· The meal plan that hinders the gut?s recovery from antibiotics.

· Researchers create 3D display you can see, hear and feel.

· High-resolution lineage tracking reveals travelling wave of adaptation in laboratory yeast.

· Large hydropower and water-storage potential in future glacier-free basins.

· Snapshots of a genetic cut-and-paste.

· Author Correction: Metastatic-niche labelling reveals parenchymal cells with stem features.

· Physical oceanography.

· CDK phosphorylation of TRF2 controls t-loop dynamics during the cell cycle.

· Thermoelectric performance of a metastable thin-film Heusler alloy.

· Enamel proteome shows that Gigantopithecus was an early diverging pongine.

· Quantifying secondary transport at single-molecule resolution.

· Star Wars-style 3D images created from single speck of foam.

· PhDs: the tortuous truth.

· New 3D printer makes multi-material robots.

· Family album.

· Daily briefing: Plastic outnumbers baby fish seven to one in marine nursery.

· Heterogeneity in banker culture and its influence on dishonesty.

· Author Correction: Maternal vitamin C regulates reprogramming of DNA methylation and germline development.

· Global lessons from South Africa?s rooibos compensation agreement.

· When cyberwar struck its first civilian target.

· A 150-year-old idea could hinder Suez Canal invasions.

· Who shrank the drug factory? Briefcase-sized labs could transform medicine.

· ?Make Ebola a thing of the past?: first vaccine against deadly virus approved.

· Author Correction: Mechanosensation of cyclical force by PIEZO1 is essential for innate immunity.

· Founding a global biotechnology summit ? while pursuing a PhD.

· WHO sticks to 2020 governance plan for human-genome editing.

· Daily briefing: Elusive tiny hoofed mammal ?rediscovered? in Vietnam.

· More South Korean academics caught naming kids as co-authors.

· Planet junk: a journey through discards.

· Working Scientist podcast: My courtroom battles to halt illegal peatland fires in Indonesia.

· Author Correction: Forearc carbon sink reduces long-term volatile recycling into the mantle.

· Overhaul intensive farming systems to meet emissions goals.

· From the archive.

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