Latest Research

  • Letter |

    The pattern of electrical resistivity in an unconventional superconductor at high magnetic fields and low temperatures across the nematic quantum critical point reveals two classic signatures of quantum criticality.

    • S. Licciardello
    • , J. Buhot
    • , J. Lu
    • , J. Ayres
    • , S. Kasahara
    • , Y. Matsuda
    • , T. Shibauchi
    •  & N. E. Hussey
  • Letter |

    Many clonotypes in human B cell repertoires are shared, including between adult and umbilical cord blood repertoires, which indicates that this similarity is not driven only by exposure to common antigens.

    • Cinque Soto
    • , Robin G. Bombardi
    • , Andre Branchizio
    • , Nurgun Kose
    • , Pranathi Matta
    • , Alexander M. Sevy
    • , Robert S. Sinkovits
    • , Pavlo Gilchuk
    • , Jessica A. Finn
    •  & James E. Crowe Jr
  • Letter |

    Analyses of the output produced by large versus small teams of researchers and innovators demonstrate that their work differs systematically in the extent to which it disrupts or develops existing science and technology.

    • Lingfei Wu
    • , Dashun Wang
    •  & James A. Evans
  • Letter |

    The ancestral tribosphenic therian chewing stroke is conserved in Monodelphis domestica, and couples tooth-row eversion and inversion in jaw opening and closing, respectively, with a rotational grinding stroke.

    • Bhart-Anjan S. Bhullar
    • , Armita R. Manafzadeh
    • , Juri A. Miyamae
    • , Eva A. Hoffman
    • , Elizabeth L. Brainerd
    • , Catherine Musinsky
    •  & Alfred W. Crompton
  • Letter |

    The ‘negative luminescence’ of a reverse-biased photodiode is harnessed to draw thermal energy from a nearby solid object, thereby realizing photonic cooling without the use of coherent laser radiation.

    • Linxiao Zhu
    • , Anthony Fiorino
    • , Dakotah Thompson
    • , Rohith Mittapally
    • , Edgar Meyhofer
    •  & Pramod Reddy
  • Letter |

    Analyses at single-cell resolution show that diverse subtypes of microglia exist during development and homeostasis of the central nervous system, and identify specific subsets of microglia associated with demyelination and neurodegenerative disease in mice and humans.

    • Takahiro Masuda
    • , Roman Sankowski
    • , Ori Staszewski
    • , Chotima Böttcher
    • , Lukas Amann
    • , Christian Scheiwe
    • , Stefan Nessler
    • , Patrik Kunz
    • , Geert van Loo
    • , Volker Arnd Coenen
    • , Peter Christoph Reinacher
    • , Anna Michel
    • , Ulrich Sure
    • , Ralf Gold
    • , Josef Priller
    • , Christine Stadelmann
    •  & Marco Prinz
  • Article |

    Bilateral sensory stimulation, which is used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder in humans, alleviates fear memory in mice through a circuit involving the superior colliculus and the medial thalamus.

    • Jinhee Baek
    • , Sukchan Lee
    • , Taesup Cho
    • , Seong-Wook Kim
    • , Minsoo Kim
    • , Yongwoo Yoon
    • , Ko Keun Kim
    • , Junweon Byun
    • , Sang Jeong Kim
    • , Jaeseung Jeong
    •  & Hee-Sup Shin
  • Letter |

    Singlet molecular oxygen, produced by indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase 1 activity, gives rise to a signalling molecule that regulates arterial relaxation under inflammatory conditions.

    • Christopher P. Stanley
    • , Ghassan J. Maghzal
    • , Anita Ayer
    • , Jihan Talib
    • , Andrew M. Giltrap
    • , Sudhir Shengule
    • , Kathryn Wolhuter
    • , Yutang Wang
    • , Preet Chadha
    • , Cacang Suarna
    • , Oleksandra Prysyazhna
    • , Jenna Scotcher
    • , Louise L. Dunn
    • , Fernanda M. Prado
    • , Nghi Nguyen
    • , Jephthah O. Odiba
    • , Jonathan B. Baell
    • , Johannes-Peter Stasch
    • , Yorihiro Yamamoto
    • , Paolo Di Mascio
    • , Philip Eaton
    • , Richard J. Payne
    •  & Roland Stocker

Latest Reviews & Analysis

  • Perspective |

    Complex Earth system challenges can be addressed by incorporating spatial and temporal context into machine learning, especially via deep learning, and further by combining with physical models into hybrid models.

    • Markus Reichstein
    • , Gustau Camps-Valls
    • , Bjorn Stevens
    • , Martin Jung
    • , Joachim Denzler
    • , Nuno Carvalhais
    •  &  Prabhat
  • News & Views |

    The link between sleep and cardiovascular disease is poorly understood. Findings in mice now show that disrupted sleep causes the brain to signal the bone marrow to boost white blood cell production, damaging blood vessels.

    • Alan R. Tall
    •  & Sanja Jelic
  • News & Views |

    A treatment called eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing alleviates post-traumatic stress disorder through enigmatic mechanisms. A study in mice offers potential clues into the biological basis of this approach.

    • Andrew Holmes
  • News & Views |

    It is well established that solid objects can be cooled by harnessing the properties of laser light. A laser-free technique that attains such cooling by tuning thermal radiation could have many practical applications.

    • Yannick De Wilde
    •  & Riad Haidar

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Tea

Susan Burghart

Tea

Other than plain water, tea is the world’s favourite beverage. Researchers are now uncovering its biological secrets, opening the door to an array of potential benefits.

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