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Measure emissions to manage emissions | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 11/03/2022 - 14:01
In the 30 years since the world began negotiating the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, no one has identified exactly where all that pollution is coming from. That will begin to change next week when Climate TRACE (Tracking Real-Time ...

Pioneering urban ecology finds surprising biodiversity in Berlin’s green spaces

Science - issue - Čt, 11/03/2022 - 14:01
Six decades of research reveal rare native species hanging on in Germany’s capital

Medical, scientific racism revealed in century-old plaque from Black man’s teeth

Science - issue - St, 11/02/2022 - 17:50
Analysis opens new avenues for studying diseases of the past, will raise standards of working with racially sensitive collections, experts say

Should Webb telescope’s data be open to all?

Science - issue - St, 11/02/2022 - 17:35
NASA plans to end policy of giving most observers 1 year’s exclusive access to data

Unusual malaria outbreak tied to invasive mosquito

Science - issue - Út, 11/01/2022 - 23:15
Anopheles stephensi is spreading across Africa, complicating efforts to control the disease

It’s electric! Technique could clean up mining of valuable rare earth elements

Science - issue - Út, 11/01/2022 - 22:25
Current methods to extract key ingredients for green technologies require polluting chemicals

‘Huge relief’ in Brazilian scientific community after Lula’s win

Science - issue - Út, 11/01/2022 - 22:00
But Bolsonaro’s successor will be hampered by a faltering economy, a hostile Congress, and a deeply divided population

Commensal microbiota from patients with inflammatory bowel disease produce genotoxic metabolites | Science

Science - issue - Pá, 10/28/2022 - 15:01
Functional screening of commensal gut microbiota reveals small-molecule genotoxins in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

Spermidine activates mitochondrial trifunctional protein and improves antitumor immunity in mice | Science

Science - issue - Pá, 10/28/2022 - 15:01
Spermidine helps to restore antitumor immunity in older mice.

NSF to end cost-sharing mandate for some grants to level the playing field

Science - issue - Pá, 10/28/2022 - 15:00
Will waiving a policy designed to stretch federal dollars open programs to once-excluded institutions?

‘Mirror-image’ protein factories could one day make durable drugs the body can’t break down

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 20:05
Progress flipping the handedness of a key enzyme in protein building may pave the way for mirror-image life

News at a glance: Bumble bees that play, risky fungi, and Java Man’s fate

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 20:00
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Closed-loop optimization of general reaction conditions for heteroaryl Suzuki-Miyaura coupling | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
Iterating machine learning with robotic experimentation uncovered higher-yielding conditions for a common coupling reaction.

Design of fast-onset antidepressant by dissociating SERT from nNOS in the DRN | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
A small-molecule compound may help in the development of rapidly acting antidepressants by regulating the firing of serotonergic neurons.

Stereochemical editing logic powered by the epimerization of unactivated tertiary stereocenters | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
Photocatalysis can efficiently and selectively modify the configuration of conventionally inert carbon–hydrogen bonds.

Attenuated evolution of mammals through the Cenozoic | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
Short bursts of innovation have punctuated a long-term decline in the rate of placental mammal skull evolution over the past 66 million years.

Plastic deformation in silicon nitride ceramics via bond switching at coherent interfaces | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
A coherent interface design makes brittle silicon nitride ceramics deformable mediated by a stress-induced phase transformation.

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Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
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Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
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Overfishing and warming put Persian Gulf at risk | Science

Science - issue - Čt, 10/27/2022 - 15:01
The eight countries that border the Persian (or Arabian) Gulf, a critical marine ecosystem with the warmest water on Earth (1), share in the economic benefits produced by its fisheries. However, current harvest control rules for fisheries in the region are neither sufficiently strict nor sufficiently consistent across countries to protect Persian Gulf ecosystems, especially in the face of climate change. Rising temperatures affect the structure and function of marine food webs, exacerbating the vulnerabilities of marine species and the fisheries sector, as well as the challenges in accurately tracking ecosystem health. To prevent long-term harm to the Persian Gulf’s ecosystems, fisheries management in the region must balance economic and environmental priorities.


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