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An assessment in @Nature of 15,000 people from 21 countries shows people who are vaccinated against COVID-19 show more negative attitudes towards unvaccinated people. The authors conclude that this behaviour may hamper pandemic management. go.nature.com/3Bl4Ct6
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.@thebinglin's action shot of gelada monkeys in the Ethiopian highlands is the winner of @Nature’s 2022 #ScientistAtWork photography competition. See the winning photo and the runners up here. go.nature.com/3Y31vzA
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Organoids are cell-based models derived from stem cells, reconstituting the structure and function of the corresponding tissue. A Primer in @MethodsPrimers discusses the development of organoids and methods for controlling their cellular environment. go.nature.com/3VCPoHP
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A bright, long-duration gamma-ray burst observed by the Swift observatory has hybrid high-energy properties, suggesting that its origin is the merger of a compact binary, according to a paper in @Nature. go.nature.com/3BhR1Tv
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Reducing future emissions due to plastics will require a combination of measures, including more biomass use in production of plastics and more recycling, according to a study published in @Nature. go.nature.com/3BgWpWP
A Review published in @NatRevEarthEnv describes the link between soil microbiome, soil structure and management in agroecosystems and how this link must be protected to improve the sustainability of future crop production systems. go.nature.com/3uxzYcc
#ICYMI We also wrote an informative blog behind our latest paper in @NatureClimate. Check it out and save our trees and forests!🌳🌲🌎🌍�earthenvironmentcommunity.nature.com/posts/old-tree…Jtwitter.com/NaturePortfoli…l17jD
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A study in @Nature uses an analysis of the oldest ancient environmental DNA recovered to date to build a picture of an ecosystem in North Greenland, including the animal and plant species present, approximately 2 million years ago. go.nature.com/3VGFy7V
A @NatureAstronomy paper proposes placing quantum sensors, such as atomic clocks, into the inner Solar system to detect ultralight dark matter bound by the mass of the Sun. go.nature.com/3utPXrE
A multi-ancestry genome-wide association study involving almost 3.4 million individuals identifies nearly 4,000 genetic associations for smoking and drinking behaviours, according to a paper in @Nature. go.nature.com/3iIMrqW
An analysis of drought sensitivity of trees shows that younger trees in the upper canopy layer have larger growth reductions during drought, according to a @NatureClimate paper. Younger canopy-dominant trees also recover more quickly from drought. go.nature.com/3VF2EvO
Conspiracy theories have the potential to undermine governments, promote racism, ignite extremism and threaten public health efforts. A Review in @NatRevPsych examines factors that shape conspiracy beliefs at the individual, intergroup and national level. go.nature.com/3FtHLho
An analysis of antibiotic resistance genes (AGRS) in hundreds of sewage samples from 101 countries shows regional patterns, diverse genetic environments of common ARGs, and ARG-specific transmission patterns, according to a @NatureComms paper. go.nature.com/3HesAtH
At current rates of recruitment, diversity in US university faculties will never reach racial parity, argue the authors of a Comment article in @NatureHumBehav. The authors also propose how colleges and universities could achieve racial parity by 2050. go.nature.com/3FqGK9Y
A paper in @NatureComms examines millions of years of evolution in herbivorous mammals using the shapes of ruminant inner ears. go.nature.com/3P5nHVH
APOE4 is the strongest genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease. A study in @Nature establishes a functional link between APOE4, cholesterol, myelination and memory, offering therapeutic opportunities for Alzheimer’s disease. go.nature.com/3VAphkQ
A @NatureComms paper reports on artificial intelligence agents that can negotiate and form agreements, allowing them to outperform other agents without this ability in the board game Diplomacy. go.nature.com/3Be7aJs
The findings of a study in @NatureAging indicate that COVID-19 is associated with molecular signatures of brain aging and emphasize the value of neurological follow-up in recovered individuals. go.nature.com/3Hj8GxI
Hello everyone, I am super excited to share with you our last publication in @natcomms about #evolution of ruminants based on their inner ear morphology nature.com/articles/s4146… 1/12
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An analysis in @NatureComms of the relation of fecal microbiota diversity and composition with depressive symptoms shows associations with bacteria known to be involved in the synthesis of key neurotransmitters for depression. go.nature.com/3FtEpeq
A study in @NatureComms shows that depressive symptom levels are related to the gut microbiota taxonomic characteristics but that these are largely invariant across ethnic groups. go.nature.com/3FvqWTd
Machine learning applied to electronic health records identifies four Long-COVID subphenotypes that differ in the involvement of organ systems, previous SARS-CoV-2 infection severity and underlying conditions, according to a @NatureMedicine paper. go.nature.com/3Hcn76Q
A landslide underneath the large, rapidly-growing city of Bukavu in Democratic Republic of the Congo has accelerated in recent years, according to a study published in @NatureGeosci. go.nature.com/3iBvTAX
.@Nature presents a visual tour of unfolding threats to biodiversity and the desperate attempts to reverse species' declines. go.nature.com/3FBMj5D
A high-fat maternal diet could lead to increased susceptibility to neurological disorders in offspring by disrupting communication between the placenta and the fetal brain, according to a paper in @NatMetabolism. go.nature.com/3us1hEC
An active mantle plume with a diameter of about 4,000 km may lie below the northern plains of Mars, pushing the crust upward and bringing hot magma to the surface, according to a paper published in @NatureAstronomy. go.nature.com/3iHYgxe
Streams of fast-moving ice that extended into the northeastern Greenland Ice Sheet stopped and were abruptly reconfigured thousands of years ago, according to a study published in @NatureGeosci. go.nature.com/3UyIli0
A @Nature paper identifies a pathway to down regulate ACE2—the receptor that facilitates SARS-CoV-2 entry into cells. The paper shows that a clinically approved drug that targets this pathway reduces SARS-CoV-2 infection in a range of models. go.nature.com/3iHSmfy
A study in @SciReports found a rare example of complete oscillating flower colour change associated with sexual phase changes in Causonis japonica. The flower discs fade into pink with desorption of the stamens. go.nature.com/3VQEWwb
A @SciReports paper suggests that ancient owl-shaped slate engraved plaques, dating from around 5,000 years ago in the Iberian Peninsula, may have been created by children as toys. go.nature.com/3VK2WRy
A Resource in @NatureMicrobiol provides insight into the taxa and metabolites within microbial communities from diverse habitats across Earth. go.nature.com/3H6eyKF
.@Nature’s picks of the best science images from the last month is dedicated to the James Webb Space Telescope, which began peering into the Universe earlier this year. go.nature.com/3Foeuov
A @NatureBiotech paper presents a wireless smart bandage that stimulates wound healing. go.nature.com/3VCLKxs
COVID-19 infection is associated with a 66% higher risk of incident diabetes, according to systematic review and meta-analysis published in @SciReports. #LongCovid go.nature.com/3GU2kF2
A study in @Nature suggests that the adult brain has silent synapses, challenging the model that functional connectivity is largely fixed in the adult cortex. go.nature.com/3F1cilc
The results of a study in @NatImmunol show that broad targeting of epitopes by CD4+ T cells likely limits evasion by current SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern, but continued genomic surveillance is vital to identify new mutations able to evade this immunity. go.nature.com/3XUWXv6
An Analysis in @NatureNano considers the potential benefits and challenges of applying engineered nanoparticles for artificial-ocean-fertilization-driven atmospheric carbon dioxide removal. go.nature.com/3UtmiJQ
Researchers have found that the cells of people who were conceived during the Great Depression show signs of accelerated ageing, reports a @Nature news article. go.nature.com/3F97EmE
In a Springer Nature Sustainability Community post, @saleem_ali writes of a recent visit to Antarctica in which he learned the continent could become a beacon of hope in the climate crisis. go.nature.com/3BsOhCT
Organoids are cell-based models derived from stem cells, reconstituting the structure and function of the corresponding tissue. A Primer in @MethodsPrimers discusses the development of organoids and methods for controlling their cellular environment. go.nature.com/3UsJisp
A Review published in @NatRevEarthEnv describes the link between soil microbiome, soil structure and management in agroecosystems and how this link must be protected to improve the sustainability of future crop production systems. go.nature.com/3GS2uMP
“Be respectful, and take your roles in organizing these sessions seriously,” writes @gwendoesscience in @Nature. “Publicly reliving our trauma to satisfy your (equity, diversity and inclusion) obligations is not our job.” go.nature.com/3gS5lLs
Based on her own experience, Gabrielle Wong-Parodi describes in @NatureHumBehav how a community-engaged approach has the potential to strengthen research and increase its impact. go.nature.com/3B4j6O2
Machine learning applied to electronic health records identifies four Long-COVID subphenotypes that differ in the involvement of organ systems, previous SARS-CoV-2 infection severity and underlying conditions, according to a @NatureMedicine paper. go.nature.com/3EXZMmx
For years, A Nigerian disease-surveillance expert and a US epidemiologist have been tracking monkeypox, now known as mpox. @Nature spoke to both researchers about what can be done to stem the virus’s spread and prevent future global outbreaks. go.nature.com/3Fn8PyO
An article in @NatureBiotech presents PASTE: an approach which uses a CRISPR–Cas9 nickase fused to both a reverse transcriptase and serine integrase for targeted genomic recruitment and integration of desired payloads. go.nature.com/3Vww5Q1
A Review in @NatureRevMicro explores insights into what influences SARS-CoV-2 shedding, how this drives transmission and the tools available to measure this and determine infectiousness. go.nature.com/3FlCjgo
Conspiracy theories have the potential to undermine governments, promote racism, ignite extremism and threaten public health efforts. A Review in @NatRevPsych examines factors that shape conspiracy beliefs at the individual, intergroup and national level. go.nature.com/3iqbcI1
Pregnancy may cause changes to the structure and function of the mother’s brain, which are associated with maternal behaviour, according to a study in @NatureComms. go.nature.com/3GNqz7H
Ant pupae produce a milk-like substance that is consumed by other ants and improves the fitness of the colony, according to a @Nature paper. go.nature.com/3EXyxJ0
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