Nature_自然_2021.11.20

Nature_自然_2021.11.20

Nature

语言: 英语

出版社: calibre

出版日期: 2021年11月20日

简介:

Articles in this issue: COP26 didn’t solve everything — but researchers must stay engaged Yes, science can weigh in on abortion law Bendable mini-scanner records every loop of a fingerprint Weird crystal makes beetle a living jewel A cat can track its human by voice — if it can be bothered to Pandemic’s plastic waste is choking the seas Some of Earth’s longest-lived fish show how to reach extreme ages Nearly-fatal heat already affects people in ‘informal’ towns Brightest X-rays on Earth expose COVID lung damage New mineral, FDA chief and the pandemic’s toll on research ‘COP26 hasn’t solved the problem’: scientists react to UN climate deal Scientist Rebellion: researchers join protesters at COP26 COVID antiviral pills: what scientists still want to know How protein-based COVID vaccines could change the pandemic Scammers impersonate guest editors to get sham papers published The start-ups chasing clean, carbon-free fusion energy Friction: from fingerprints to climate change Europe’s Roma people are vulnerable to poor practice in genetics Presidents of Royal Society live long lives Link knowledge and action networks to tackle disasters Funders need to credit open science Reflections on a pioneer in electrical engineering Stagnating salaries present hurdles to career satisfaction The greener route to indigo blue Iodine powers low-cost engines for satellites GABA molecules made by B cells can dampen antitumour responses Fifty years of the brain’s sense of space A mediator of metabolic signals influences puberty and growth Californium—carbon bond captured in a complex Role of bile acids and gut bacteria in healthy ageing of centenarians Excitons and emergent quantum phenomena in stacked 2D semiconductors Observation of Stark many-body localization without disorder Measuring phonon dispersion at an interface Approaching the intrinsic exciton physics limit in two-dimensional semiconductor diodes In-orbit demonstration of an iodine electric propulsion system Exploding and weeping ceramics Isolation and characterization of a californium metallocene Widespread changes in surface temperature persistence under climate change Cardiopharyngeal deconstruction and ancestral tunicate sessility MC3R links nutritional state to childhood growth and the timing of puberty Linking hippocampal multiplexed tuning, Hebbian plasticity and navigation The orbitofrontal cortex maps future navigational goals Temporal controls over inter-areal cortical projection neuron fate diversity Novel bile acid biosynthetic pathways are enriched in the microbiome of centenarians Fc-engineered antibody therapeutics with improved anti-SARS-CoV-2 efficacy B cell-derived GABA elicits IL-10+ macrophages to limit anti-tumour immunity Cross-HLA targeting of intracellular oncoproteins with peptide-centric CARs Dietary palmitic acid promotes a prometastatic memory via Schwann cells AKIRIN2 controls the nuclear import of proteasomes in vertebrates Target site selection and remodelling by type V CRISPR-transposon systems Nucleation landscape of biomolecular condensates A synthetic antibiotic class overcoming bacterial multidrug resistance Architecture and assembly mechanism of native glycine receptors Author Correction: Cotranslational prolyl hydroxylation is essential for flavivirus biogenesis Author Correction: Large metallicity variations in the Galactic interstellar medium Publisher Correction: An open-access volume electron microscopy atlas of whole cells and tissues Publisher Correction: Observation of fractional edge excitations in nanographene spin chains Publisher Correction: A metastasis map of human cancer cell lines Retraction Note: IspH inhibitors kill Gram-negative bacteria and mobilize immune clearance Nature is a weekly international multidisciplinary scientific journal publishing peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. Nauture also provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.