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The year 2023 marks the mid-point of the 15-year period envisaged to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, targets for global development adopted in September 2015 by all United Nations Member States.
Selected, recent articles from across the Nature Portfolio that document the recent progress in understanding the biology of EV-mediated cell–cell communication and advances in clinical translation of EVs.
2021 marks the centenary of the discovery of insulin. Since that landmark discovery, huge advances have taken place in our understanding of the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes, as well as improvements in the treatment of patients with diabetes.
Biomineralisation, the process by which organisms produce mineralised tissues, is critical for the development of the skeleton and teeth. Bone functions as an endocrine organ, and bones also support the body, protect internal organs and serve as anchors to muscles to enable movement. In addition, hard teeth are required to tear and grind food. Bone and teeth share several mechanisms governing their development and mineralization. This Nature Reviews Endocrinology article series includes articles from leaders in the field, as well as key advances highlighted by journal editors, that focus on physiological and pathological aspects of the hormonal regulation of biomineralisation, covering aspects of fetal and neonatal development, osteoporosis and extraskeletal calcification.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Nature Reviews Endocrinology, we have collated a collection of some of our most popular articles, as well as a series of Comments discussing six key articles from the past 15 years.