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A @Nature paper reports the most up-to-date combination of results on the properties of the Higgs boson, which indicate that its properties are consistent with the standard model predictions, within the precision achieved to date.
.@Nature News & Views: A @NatureComms paper suggests that the 1918 flu virus acquired mutations during the first wave of the pandemic that might explain why the second wave in autumn was so deadly. (Subscribers only)
On the Nature Portfolio Health Community, Tine Jess writes about the association of inflammatory bowel disease with depression and anxiety and points to future directions for research.
A @Nature paper reports that a single, 30-minute online training session can reduce stress-related thoughts and physiological responses in adolescents. The findings suggest a short, low-cost treatment for adolescent stress that could be scaled nationally.
A paper in @natBME reports the design and preclinical testing of an inhalable virus-like-particle as a COVID-19 vaccine that, after lyophilisation, is stable at room temperature for over three months.
A Perspective in @NatureEnergyJnl argues why expansion of natural gas infrastructure hinders a renewable energy future and why it is not a bridge technology.
A @Nature Outlook article reports on the work to gain a better understanding of what COVID-19 does in the nasal cavity and why variants seem more or less likely to cause anosmia in different people.
Coastal communities could face losses of food from both fisheries and agriculture as a result of climate change, a study of five Indo-Pacific countries suggests. The research is published in @NatureComms.
A Comment article published in @NatRevGastroHep summarises what we know so far about the sudden onset of hepatitis of unexplained origin in children.
A new method that uses freeze-dried somatic cells to clone mice is demonstrated in a paper published in @NatureComms. The research presents an advance in the storage of genetic material.
Artificial intelligence algorithms may be able to find new mechanisms for distributing resources between people, according to a proof-of-concept study published in @NatureHumBehav.
The expansion of a high pressure system over the Atlantic — the Azores High — is leading to the driest conditions on the Iberian Peninsula in the last thousand years, according to a modelling study published in @NatureGeosci.
On the tenth anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs boson, a Perspective article published in @Nature reviews the role of the Higgs field in the Standard Model of particle physics and explains its impact on the world around us.
Samples taken from the Fagradalsfjall volcano in Iceland indicate that its 2021 eruption was supplied by magmas derived from multiple sources in the Earth's mantle. The findings are published in @NatureComms.
A paper published in @NatImmunol presents an atlas of distinct and overlapping tissue-resident memory T cells features in diverse tissue environments.
Research published in @Nature shows that the massive Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai eruption produced a variety of global atmospheric waves, from the surface to the ionosphere. The imprint of the eruption is unique in the observational era.
A specialized glacier microbial genome and gene catalog, presented in @NatureBiotech, reveals that glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau are home to a wide diversity of microorganisms – including species found nowhere else.
Viral genomes that infected two Asgard archaeal phyla recovered from deep-sea hydrothermal sediment metagenomes reveal that these viruses have characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic viruses, according to a @NatureMicrobiol paper.
How can @Nature_NPJ Digital Medicine help you publish your next manuscript? We’re currently accepting submissions on digital and mobile technologies, virtual healthcare, data analytic methodologies and innovative sensor development. Learn more here:
Improved screening, new therapies and a focus on health equity can reduce cancer mortality by 50% in the next 25 years, but there also must be an investment in basic, translational and clinical research, writes Dinah Singer in @NatureMedicine.
A Comment article in @NatRevMCB addresses what actions can be taken to move to a more sustainable model of science and research that is more reproducible, eco-friendly and cost-effective.
In a Nature Portfolio Health Community post, Li Li writes about using electronic medical records to model the risk of preeclampsia during pregnancy.
A Review in @NatRevGastroHep describes the prevalence of depression and anxiety in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, the mechanisms underlying the bidirectional association between these diseases and the effect of treatment on their co-occurrence.
A @SciReports paper presents the earliest fossil evidence of a thumb-like sixth digit used by giant pandas and their ancestors to grip bamboo. The findings indicate that the panda’s dedicated bamboo diet may have originated at least 6 million years ago.
A Primer published in @DiseasePrimers summarizes the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of chronic cough and cough hypersensitivity and discusses how it affects patients’ quality of life.
Over 40 years, the Corporate Research Fellowship Programme funded hundreds of Black PhD students at Bell Labs, and many returned to take research positions, creating and sustaining a community of Black Bell Labs scientists. Read the @NatRevPhys feature.
News & Views: A paper in @Nature presents intriguing evidence of salivary infection routes for gastrointestinal viruses, indicating that measures to contain viral spread might require enhanced sanitation techniques. (Subscribers only)
A study in @NatureClimate shows that warmer and fresher oceans may increase propagule sinking rates, potentially reducing future mangrove resilience.
A study in @NatureComms suggests that 1.81 billion people may be exposed to inundation depths greater than 0.15 metres in the event of a 1-in-100 year flood, with the majority residing in South and East Asia.
A Perspective in @Nature_NPJ Breast Cancer provides actionable steps to support researchers working with patient advocates to improve cancer research and accomplish the collective goal of improving lives of those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Pharmacologist Janetti Francischi spoke with @NatureCareers about using folk wisdom and chemistry to turn used cooking oil into microbe-fighting soap during the COVID-19 pandemic and help her community in Brazil.
An Evidence-Based Guideline in @NatRevRheumatol presents the latest treatment recommendations for medication selection in psoriatic arthritis.
In a Springer Nature Sustainability Community post, Lindsay Beevers, introduces the Urban Systems Abstraction Hierarchy, a tool that understands cities as complex systems and captures systemic impacts. This tool was used in Edinburgh during the pandemic.
Farming practices that reduce the adverse impacts of agriculture on the environment can lead to higher crop yields and reduced costs, according to a meta-analysis of 30 long-term experiments from Europe and Africa published in @naturesustainab.
A study reported in @SciReports found that bimodal neuromodulation combining sound and tongue stimulation drove significant reductions in tinnitus symptom severity during the first 6 weeks of treatment.
A Review published in @NatRevDrugDisc describes advances in antibody discovery and engineering that have led to the development of monoclonal antibodies that target viruses such as SARS-CoV-2, respiratory syncytial virus and Ebola virus.
An analysis in @SciReports found that the prevalence of long-COVID in children and adolescents was 25.24% and that the most prevalent clinical manifestations were mood symptoms, fatigue, and sleep disorders.
A Consensus Statement published in @NatMetabolism proposes guidelines and best practices on the nomenclature and assessment of reactive oxygen species, oxidative reactions and oxidative damage in cells, tissues and in vivo.
Computational and experimental methods are bringing researchers closer to their goal of revealing exactly where in a cell or tissue each gene is expressed. @Nature reports on the use of spatial transcriptomics.
A study in @NatMetabolism shows that maresin 2, a specialized pro-resolving mediator that is secreted from brown adipose tissue upon cold exposure, contributes to improvement of obesity-induced inflammation.
A new approach to pandemic and epidemic intelligence needs to include modern approaches to surveillance and risk assessment and also improved trust and cooperation between stakeholders and society, a @NatureMedicine Comment article argues.
A study of patients with breast cancer and mouse models reported in @Nature demonstrates that most circulating tumour cells are generated during the rest phase of the circadian rhythm and that these cells are highly prone to metastasize.
The results of a study in @NatureEcoEvo demonstrate that chaos is not rare in natural populations, indicating that there may be limits to ecological forecasting and cautioning against the use of steady-state approaches to conservation and management.
If your research relates to breast cancer and covers topics such as imaging, immunotherapy and molecular classification of disease, then @Nature_NPJ Breast Cancer could be the perfect home for your work. Learn more:
A @SciReports paper details the potential of escape rooms to study teams in their complexity, contributing to a deeper understanding of the micro-dynamics of collaborative team processes.
Total mRNA expression in cancer cells is a marker for disease progression and death, according to a paper published in @NatureBiotech.
A @NatureComms article suggests that Southwestern South America, Mediterranean Europe, and Northern Africa face a high likelihood of unprecedented drought conditions within the next 30 years regardless of the emission scenarios.
Drugs made from antibodies are huge money-makers for some conditions, but they have gained little traction in infectious diseases, including COVID-19. @Nature reports on why they’re not more popular.
A Review in @NatRevPsych describes how the combination of adolescent sleep biology and psychology uniquely predispose adolescents to develop depression.
An analysis in @NatureMedicine identifies 458 tumor mutations that predict the survival of patients on specific immunotherapies, chemotherapy agents or targeted therapies across eight common cancer types.
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