Nature_自然_2021.11.27

Nature_自然_2021.11.27

Nature

语言: 英语

出版社: calibre

出版日期: 2021年11月27日

简介:

Articles in this issue: US astronomy has ambitious plans — but it needs global partners Researchers at risk in Afghanistan need better tools to find help Want research integrity? Stop the blame game Ancient mud bricks show adobe’s foundations 5,000 years ago This microbe works a toxic metal into a weapon against its foes It’s a snap: the friction-based physics behind a common gesture The art critic in the machine tells forgeries from the real thing Even organic pesticides spur change in the wildlife next door High-speed spinning yields some of the toughest spider silk ever found Battery-powered trains offer a cost-effective ride to a cleaner world COVID deaths, gravitational waves and pandemic PhD supervision Homicide is a top cause of maternal death in the United States Do childhood colds help the body respond to COVID? First quantum computer to pack 100 qubits enters crowded race How do people resist COVID infections? Hospital workers offer a hint More Alzheimer’s drugs head for FDA review: what scientists are watching Do vaccines protect against long COVID? What the data say How record wildfires are harming human health How dogs became humans’ best friends: from Neanderthals to now The power of poo, and what to expect from robots: Books in brief Michael Rutter (1933–2021) Science community steps up to reform open access Ahmedabad: local data beat the heat Support deaf participants at virtual conferences Ditch gendered terminology for cell division How burnout and imposter syndrome blight scientific careers Artificial intelligence powers protein-folding predictions All-nighter: staying up to fight malaria Tracking the origin of Transeurasian languages Mice with disrupted mitochondria used to model Parkinson’s disease Electrons reveal the need for improved neutrino models A massive effort links protein-coding gene variants to health How to make macroscale non-crystalline diamonds Electron-beam energy reconstruction for neutrino oscillation measurements Quantum gas magnifier for sub-lattice-resolved imaging of 3D quantum systems Colossal angular magnetoresistance in ferrimagnetic nodal-line semiconductors Artificial heavy fermions in a van der Waals heterostructure On-chip electro-optic frequency shifters and beam splitters Distribution control enables efficient reduced-dimensional perovskite LEDs Ultrahard bulk amorphous carbon from collapsed fullerene Synthesis of paracrystalline diamond Mechanical forcing of the North American monsoon by orography Triangulation supports agricultural spread of the Transeurasian languages A chickpea genetic variation map based on the sequencing of 3,366 genomes Exome sequencing and analysis of 454,787 UK Biobank participants Neural dynamics underlying birdsong practice and performance A human-specific modifier of cortical connectivity and circuit function Striatal indirect pathway mediates exploration via collicular competition Disruption of mitochondrial complex I induces progressive parkinsonism Cold-induced Arabidopsis FRIGIDA nuclear condensates for FLC repression Herpesviruses assimilate kinesin to produce motorized viral particles Early-life inflammation primes a T helper 2 cell–fibroblast niche in skin Tumour DDR1 promotes collagen fibre alignment to instigate immune exclusion Diverse alterations associated with resistance to KRAS(G12C) inhibition Cell-type specialization is encoded by specific chromatin topologies Transposon-associated TnpB is a programmable RNA-guided DNA endonuclease Few-fs resolution of a photoactive protein traversing a conical intersection Spatial scale and the synchrony of ecological disruption Reply to: Spatial scale and the synchrony of ecological disruption Author Correction: Codon-specific translation reprogramming promotes resistance to targeted therapy 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.