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Climate protests, opioid fight and harassment in physics

mercredi 24 avril 2019
Climate protests, opioid fight and harassment in physics Climate protests, opioid fight and harassment in physics, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01236-0The week in science: 19–25 April 2019.

Why are Canada’s scientists getting political?

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Brian Owens
Why are Canada’s scientists getting political? Why are Canada’s scientists getting political?, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01244-0Erratic funding for basic research, coupled with concerns that science has fallen down the priority list for politicians, has contributed (...)

Working Scientist podcast: Science and government, Canadian style

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Julie Gould
Working Scientist podcast: Science and government, Canadian style Working Scientist podcast: Science and government, Canadian style, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01283-7Mona Nemer tells Julie Gould about her role as Canada's chief scientific adviser and how she aims (...)

Three ways to build a strong AI-training pipeline

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Roberta Kwok
Three ways to build a strong AI-training pipeline Three ways to build a strong AI-training pipeline, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01250-2Nature talks to artificial-intelligence researcher Oren Etzioni about how to ensure the health of academic programmes in the field (...)

Self-organization and symmetry breaking in intestinal organoid development

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Denise Serra, Urs Mayr, Andrea Boni, Ilya Lukonin, Markus Rempfler, Ludivine Challet Meylan, Michael B. Stadler, Petr Strnad, Panagiotis Papasaikas, Dario Vischi, Annick Waldt, Guglielmo Roma, Prisca Liberali
Self-organization and symmetry breaking in intestinal organoid development Self-organization and symmetry breaking in intestinal organoid development, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1146-ySingle-cell-based imaging and sequencing approaches are used to characterize (...)

Dark-matter detector observes exotic nuclear decay

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Jouni Suhonen
Dark-matter detector observes exotic nuclear decay Dark-matter detector observes exotic nuclear decay, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/d41586-019-01212-8A detector that was designed to probe dark matter, the ‘missing’ mass in the Universe, has seen an elusive nuclear decay called (...)

Greater vulnerability to warming of marine versus terrestrial ectotherms

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Malin L. Pinsky, Anne Maria Eikeset, Douglas J. McCauley, Jonathan L. Payne, Jennifer M. Sunday
Greater vulnerability to warming of marine versus terrestrial ectotherms Greater vulnerability to warming of marine versus terrestrial ectotherms, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1132-4Comparisons across terrestrial and marine ectotherms reveal that marine species (...)

XFEL structures of the human MT2 melatonin receptor reveal the basis of subtype selectivity

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Linda C. Johansson, Benjamin Stauch, John D. McCorvy, Gye Won Han, Nilkanth Patel, Xi-Ping Huang, Alexander Batyuk, Cornelius Gati, Samuel T. Slocum, Chufeng Li, Jessica M. Grandner, Shuming Hao, Reid H. J. Olsen, Alexandra R. Tribo, Sahba Zaare, Lan Zhu, Nadia A. Zatsepin, Uwe Weierstall, Saïd Yous, Raymond C. Stevens, Wei Liu, Bryan L. Roth, Vsevolod Katritch, Vadim Cherezov
XFEL structures of the human MT2 melatonin receptor reveal the basis of subtype selectivity XFEL structures of the human MT<sub>2</sub> melatonin receptor reveal the basis of subtype selectivity, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1144-0Structural and functional (...)

Structural basis of ligand recognition at the human MT1 melatonin receptor

mercredi 24 avril 2019 par Benjamin Stauch, Linda C. Johansson, John D. McCorvy, Nilkanth Patel, Gye Won Han, Xi-Ping Huang, Cornelius Gati, Alexander Batyuk, Samuel T. Slocum, Andrii Ishchenko, Wolfgang Brehm, Thomas A. White, Nairie Michaelian, Caleb Madsen, Lan Zhu, Thomas D. Grant, Jessica M. Grandner, Anna Shiriaeva, Reid H. J. Olsen, Alexandra R. Tribo, Saïd Yous, Raymond C. Stevens, Uwe Weierstall, Vsevolod Katritch, Bryan L. Roth, Wei Liu, Vadim Cherezov
Structural basis of ligand recognition at the human MT1 melatonin receptor Structural basis of ligand recognition at the human MT<sub>1</sub> melatonin receptor, Published online: 24 April 2019; doi:10.1038/s41586-019-1141-3The MT1 melatonin receptor differs markedly from 5-HT (...)

Un fossile vieux de 530 millions d'années nous éclaire sur l'origine des échinodermes

mardi 23 avril 2019 — Vie et Terre
Yanjiahella © Sébastien ClausenLes échinodermes, parmi lesquels on compte les oursins, étoiles de mers, concombres de mers, ophiures et lys de mer sont probablement l'un des groupes les plus...

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