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A new study in @scisignal contradicts the established wisdom about the role of cancer-associated fibroblasts in #cancer. The findings show these cells can actually sensitize some types of #LungCancer to chemotherapy in the lab. fcld.ly/c6wmc5h
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The new issue of Science Signaling has arrived! Cancer-associated fibroblasts have more complex roles in drug resistance in tumor cells than was previously thought, a bioluminescent sensor may facilitate drug discovery efforts, and more. fcld.ly/pjpyvvi
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Our bodies’ natural rhythms are essential for health, well-being, and productivity. So why do so many of us ignore or attempt to overcome them? A new book embarks on a vivid and knowledgeable quest to understand sleep and biological rhythms. fcld.ly/xc4kcj0 @SciMagBooks
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Only about 1% of the Pampa biome is currently under protection, the smallest protected area of any biome in Brazil. A new #LetterToScience argues for increased conservation efforts for this overlooked biome. fcld.ly/x9ektmx
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Intense ivory poaching during the Mozambican Civil War resulted in the rapid evolution of tusklessness in female African elephants, a 2021 Science study found, shedding light on the forces human harvesting can exert on animal populations. fcld.ly/xrqey2x
Soft tissue pads underfoot may have enabled sauropod dinosaurs to evolve their giant statures, according to a new modeling study in @ScienceAdvances. fcld.ly/8gbnw1h
Synthetic control over spatial patterns of gene expression in plant root tissues can be used to “reprogram” individual aspects of their root growth, researchers report in Science. Learn more ⬇ fcld.ly/mjpw1cq #SciencePerspective: fcld.ly/fhcwbhs
Scientists have found that similar #cancer-associated mutations in the protein KRAS have distinct effects on the cancer-causing potential of the mutant protein—a finding that may inform treatment strategies for KRAS-driven tumors. fcld.ly/gqc77ga @scisignal
"I know I’m not the only one who is multitasking during virtual meetings." Our #ExperimentalError columnist owns up to multitasking during virtual meetings—and why it might not actually be so bad. fcld.ly/dx3j023 @ScienceCareers
A new research platform offers a highly sensitive and scalable tool to study smell-sensing #GPCRs in the lab—an advance that could facilitate efforts to unravel the enigmatic mechanisms behind the sense of smell. fcld.ly/fnarhbl @scisignal
The amount and availability of datasets in #seismology creates a great opportunity to use machine learning and #AI to data processing. A new #ScienceReview provides a comprehensive look at the deep-learning techniques being applied to seismic datasets. fcld.ly/ybiur0o
Electric cars are coming by the millions, and sooner than you might think. But what will happen to all the dead batteries? “People are starting to realize this is an issue.” Learn more: fcld.ly/hwogfft #ScienceMagArchives
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A new modeling study in @ScienceAdvances suggests #ClimateChange may have already doubled the likelihood of catastrophic flooding in California, and future warming will likely result in even greater increases in flood risk. fcld.ly/6k59dig
Loss of #biodiversity threatens the livelihoods of billions of people. A new #SciencePolicyForum argues that tools from the insurance sector could help achieve the “nature-positive” goal of halting and reversing nature loss globally by 2030. fcld.ly/vpfu5hm
Evolutionary simplification in the human larynx enabled the increased acoustic complexity required by human speech, a new Science study finds, suggesting that this change represented a crucial evolutionary step toward enabling human spoken language. fcld.ly/ofh6sqo
Save the #SupremeCourt and democracy, writes @maya_sen in a new #ScienceEditorial: "Reforming the court to prevent extreme ideological movements may be difficult, but not impossible." fcld.ly/1q00viq
A regenerative niche for stem cells: Production of hyaluronic acid allows regenerative signaling in muscle stem cells after injury, according to new research. Learn more in this #SciencePerspectivefcld.ly/it8ux7m
Scientists better understand how and why hybridization leads to diverse evolutionary outcomes, thanks to a new Science study in a type of lizard that includes a large number of species that frequently hybridize. fcld.ly/wwliy91 #ScienceResearch
Tough adhesion between tissues and hydrogels has been achieved by stitching them together with anchored dangling polymer chains. New research shows that ultrasound treatment enhances the interlocking of the chains in the tissue. fcld.ly/c6ekxyh #SciencePerspective
Scientists better understand how and why hybridization leads to diverse evolutionary outcomes, thanks to a new Science study in a type of lizard that includes a large number of species that frequently hybridize. fal.cn/3r3iR #ScienceResearch
New research in @ScienceTM finds that macaques produce broadly neutralizing, variant-protective antibodies after #SARSCoV2 vaccination—providing insights to guide the design and testing of future #COVID19 vaccines. fcld.ly/sw228ev
"As I’ve learned more about science and myself, I’ve realized that remaining open to new possibilities can be far more rewarding than doggedly sticking to a years-old dream," @Liv_Lanes writes in this week's #ScienceWorkingLife. fcld.ly/wsicidn
In a new @SciImmunology study, scientists explore how T cells in mice become dysfunction in #cancer and how to restore their #antitumor response. fcld.ly/5936spa
1. Our new paper in @ScienceMagazine found that all 43 species of nonhuman primate we examined possess "vocal membranes": small ribbon-like extensions of the vocal folds. These allow loud, high-pitched calls, but make chaotic nonlinearities more common. science.org/doi/epdf/10.11…
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A new modeling study suggests #ClimateChange may have already doubled the likelihood of catastrophic flooding in California, and future warming will likely result in even greater increases in #flood risk. fcld.ly/cbw28hc
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Past efforts to coax geothermal energy from hot, dry rock deep underground have faltered. But new techniques could crack the problem. Learn more in this @NewsfromScience feature: fcld.ly/f8uqnjf
The molecular basis of #smell has long been a scientific enigma, but a new research platform may allow scientists to study human smell-sensing receptors with greater ease and sensitivity than was previously possible. @scisignal fcld.ly/zgi7ue5
Why we do what we do: From regenerating sea slugs to self-medicating sheep, biologist Marlene Zuk probes the origins and evolution of behavior in a new book. 📕 Read the@SciMagBookss Review by@RRobDunnn:fcld.ly/79fqkag8e
A new experiment in which an #AI passed a nonverbal Turing test suggests that incorporating behavioral variability can help make #robots seem more human-like. Learn more in @SciRobotics: fcld.ly/7b9cvbb
Seagrasses form meadows in shallow seas worldwide, providing important resources for fisheries, coastal protection, and climate mitigation. However, these biomes are at risk. A new #ScienceReview examines the planetary role of seagrass conservation. fcld.ly/kh7c5o7
New research in @ScienceAdvances traces the molecular pathway that links disruptions in the circadian clock with accelerated development of colorectal #cancer. fcld.ly/83zg18n
Researchers have created 3D helically aligned biohybrid models of human heart tissue using a new type of additive manufacturing. The results provide proof-of-concept for a streamlined approach to fabricating tissues and organs with complex 3D geometries. fcld.ly/df25l73
Analysis of spatial distributions of early #COVID19 cases and environmental samples from the Huanan market point to the market as the epicenter of #SARSCoV2 emergence, from activities associated with wildlife trade. fcld.ly/r96nv0x
A new Science study suggests the #SARSCoV2 virus spilled over into people working or shopping in the Huanan market from two separate zoonotic transmissions, with lineages A and B circulating in animals prior to their introductions into humans. fcld.ly/zodb8zv
An implantable device designed to “cool” nerves can provide targeted, on-demand pain relief, according to new Science research in rats, which could become "a game changer for long-term pain management." 📄:fcld.ly/ftcun9nt#SciencePerspectivee:fcld.ly/yo3wr9s7S
Nations worldwide are falling short of meeting the 2015 Paris Agreement’s goals of limiting global warming to 1.5°C, according to a recent #ScienceReview. Current data suggests that we will exceed this limit within the coming decade. fcld.ly/0t7q5rm
The molecular basis of #smell has long been a scientific enigma, but a new research platform may allow scientists to study human smell-sensing receptors with greater ease and sensitivity than was previously possible. @scisignal fcld.ly/zgi7ue5
Monoclonal antibody SW186 can neutralize all #SARSCoV2 variants of concern, including Omicron subvariants, and SARS-CoV-1, finds new @SciImmunology research in mice. fcld.ly/c0rxdxl
The U.S. FDA has generated large amounts of data on pandemic-related tests, medications, and vaccines. However, a new #SciencePolicyForum argues that confidentiality practices have prevented the FDA from sharing critical data globally with other agencies. fcld.ly/kqx2sfq
Only about 1% of the Pampa biome is currently under protection, the smallest protected area of any biome in Brazil. A new #LetterToScience argues for increased conservation efforts for this overlooked biome. fcld.ly/x9ektmx
Intense ivory poaching during the Mozambican Civil War resulted in the rapid evolution of tusklessness in female African elephants, a 2021 Science study found, shedding light on the forces human harvesting can exert on animal populations. fcld.ly/xrqey2x #WorldElephantDay
Sometimes, discoveries in movement ecology happen through tenacity, toil, and brute force telemetry. Our latest in @ScienceMagazine shows how figuring out how to chase hawkmoths in an airplane can unlock the century-old mystery of insect migration science.org/doi/10.1126/sc… 1/2
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Soft tissue pads underfoot may have enabled sauropod dinosaurs to evolve their giant statures, according to a new modeling study in @ScienceAdvances. fcld.ly/8gbnw1h
Synthetic control over spatial patterns of gene expression in plant root tissues can be used to “reprogram” individual aspects of their root growth, researchers report in Science. Learn more ⬇ fcld.ly/mjpw1cq #SciencePerspective: fcld.ly/fhcwbhs
Scientists have found that similar #cancer-associated mutations in the protein KRAS have distinct effects on the cancer-causing potential of the mutant protein—a finding that may inform treatment strategies for KRAS-driven tumors. fcld.ly/gqc77ga @scisignal
Our paper is out today in @ScienceMagazine! We created huge collection of tools for constructing/tuning synthetic genetic circuits in plants and used them to engineer root structure 🌱 So excited for the future of#plantsynbioo! 🌱science.org/doi/10.1126/sc…qBo
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In @ScienceMagazine this week, Midori Akiyama and coworkers make perfluorocubane and embed an electron inside it! science.org/doi/10.1126/sc…
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📢New paper alert 📢 Proud of this new paper about the evolution of speech with Takeshi Nishimura@TecumsehFitchch and co-authors i@ScienceMagazinene. 1/n Evolutionary loss of complexity in human vocal anatomy as an adaptation for speecscience.org/doi/10.1126/sc…W4
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Today at @ScienceMagazine a new study by @stanleyqilab and colleagues shows a nested synergistic and additive #enhancer network confers robustness of #geneexpression, which can model disease risks bit.ly/abk3512
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In this week's #SciencePodcast🎙: Cougars caught killing donkeys in Death Valley, and decoding the nose. 🎧 Listen herefcld.ly/nmc9zhc2G8
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