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1 Inflammasome Therapeutics Says Study of Approximately 130000 People Reported in Nature Communications Points to Potential for Treatment or Prevention of Diabetes and Other Inflammasome-Mediated Diseases with Company's Drugs
2 New materials: A toggle switch for catalysis
3 Researchers seek insights into cancer's hidden vulnerabilities
4 Associate or Senior Editor: Communications Earth & Environment-London
5 Suppression of environment research is getting worse, say scientists
6 160 Genes Linked to Brain Shrinkage in 45,000-Person Study
7 Regulatory RNA Control with Light
8 Postdoctoral Training Fellow
9 Carmine Therapeutics named as one of FierceBiotech's "Fierce 15" Biotech Companies of 2020
10 Recording thousands of nerve cell impulses at high resolution
11 Don't be a prig in peer review
12 Diversity in science: next steps for research group leaders
13 A clearer view of what makes glass rigid
14 Colloidal diamond
15 Physicists Play With the Laws of Nature: Controlling Ultrastrong Light-Matter Coupling at Room Temperature
16 A robot triumphs in a curling match against elite humans
17 Biognosys announces Nature Communications publication in collaboration with ETH Zurich, Bayer, and BASF
18 Protection needed for emerging mining hotspots
19 Anomalous viscosity of basaltic melt at mantle conditions constraining the timescales of the early magma oceans
20 Breakthrough for tomorrow's dentistry
21 Wren Therapeutics Announces Publication in Nature Research Journal
22 New Covid-19 testing method developed by Sweden is cheaper, faster and accurate
23 Unconscious learning underlies belief in God, study suggests
24 NAU global change ecologist leads NASA satellite study of rapid greening across Arctic tundra
25 Researchers develop cheaper, faster COVID-19 test
26 Citizens Help Scientists Demonstrate Value of Protected Areas in Biodiversity Hotspots Across the Globe
27 Why there is no speed limit in the superfluid universe
28 Halt post-disturbance logging in forests, experts urge
29 The UC Reaches New Publishing Agreement with Springer Nature
30 Canada joins the High Ambition Coalition for Nature and People
31 US COVID-19 Cases May Be Substantially Underestimated
32 How the giant stinging tree of Australia can inflict months of agony
33 Duke researchers make breakthrough for common pediatric disease
34 Brain 'tweezers' could treat Parkinson's | News
35 Warming Temperatures are Driving Arctic Greening
36 Mining Molecular Data with Cryo-EM Unveils Hidden Biological Secrets
37 'Scavenger' molecule may point to new atherosclerosis treatment
38 Circular RNA molecule not found in cancer cells after all
39 Author Archives: Santa Fe Institute
40 UNDP launches global call to action encouraging nature-based solutions for sustainable development
41 Weatherwatch: did Marco set the scene for Hurricane Sally?
42 New method allows precise gene control by light
43 Overpriced? Researchers explain artificial price increases in the taxi app Uber
44 Why Gray Matter Volume and White Matter Connectivity Matter
45 Climate change is accelerating because of rich consumers’ energy use. Here are some solutions.
46 Scientists see signs of chimpanzees being able to adapt to climate change
47 Swedish researchers say they've created a 'fast, cheap' COVID-19 test
48 A Drug Used to Treat Deadly Coronavirus Infections in Cats May Be an Effective Treatment Against COVID-19
49 Improving Asian buffalo breeds with genomics
50 There's No Speed Limit in a Superfluid Universe. Now We Know Why
51 Ocean Heat Waves Are Directly Linked to Climate Change
52 How earthquake swarms arise
53 Changing patterns in global research collaboration push forwards the path for an open future as cities aspire to 'scientific excellence'
54 US Army funded study looks into the impact of sleep deprivation on soldiers
55 Machine Learning Takes On Synthetic Biology: Revolutionary Algorithms Can Rapidly Bioengineer Cells for You
56 MariMed Announces Participation at Canaccord Genuity's US Cannabis Symposium on September 30, 2020
57 Researchers identify possible trigger of fatal lung disease
58 Scientists examine neurological consequences of Covid-19
59 Savala Trepczynski on Breonna Taylor and the elusive nature of racial justice
60 Mystery of giant proton pump solved
61 Nature will publish peer review reports as a trial
62 Work From Home Is the Future. Should We Start Substituting Marketing Communications?
63 Largest study to date confirms overlap between autism and gender diversity
64 Researchers discover a hormone that might help tackle malabsorption
65 Jellyfish with your chips?
66 Community Calendar: Sept. 25, 2020 | Local News
67 CCMB scientists launch study to check whether coronavirus can travel in air, if so how far
68 Delhi CM calls for stopping spread of dengue
69 Travel News
70 Mining Rare-Earth Elements from Fossilized Fish
71 Quebec's nature-friendly driving adventures are thriving, but environmental groups are concerned about rise in car culture
72 Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG)
73 How the coronavirus pandemic is changing virtual science communication
74 Seer Announces Publication in Nature Communications Demonstrating Performance, Scalability and Utility of its Platform Technology for Deep, Unbiased Proteomics
75 Life on Earth may have begun in hostile hot springs
76 Nowadnick Published in Nature Communications | Newsroom
77 Publication in Nature Communications highlights the preclinical development of SYNB1891
78 Economists and scientists: solve big societal problems by working together
79 Stoke Therapeutics Announces Publication of Data in the Journal Nature Communications That Support the Company's Proprietary Approach to Addressing Severe Genetic Diseases by Precisely Upregulating Protein Expression
80 Nature Communications Article Features LO-94, First Lunar-Orbiting Ham Radio Spacecraft.
81 Entanglement-based secure quantum cryptography over 1120 kilometres
82 OncoNano Announces Publication of ONM-100 Phase 1 Data in Nature Communications
83 Fast, cheap, yet accurate COVID-19 test developed by researchers
84 Emissions – the 'business as usual' story is misleading
85 Will the pandemic permanently alter scientific publishing?
86 Virological assessment of hospitalized patients with COVID-2019
87 Huge open-access journal deal inked by University of California and Springer Nature
88 Kimberella Is No Solution to the Cambrian Conundrum
89 Chimeric 2C10R4 anti-CD40 antibody therapy is critical for long-term survival of GTKO.hCD46.hTBM pig-to-primate cardiac xenograft
90 Ikena Oncology Announces Publication in Nature Communications of Preclinical Data Supporting the Therapeutic Potential of AHR Blockade
91 Research PostDoc
92 How #BlackInTheIvory put a spotlight on racism in academia
93 ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine prevents SARS-CoV-2 pneumonia in rhesus macaques
94 Pausing Nature's Crystal Symmetry to Advance Targeted Medicine Delivery
95 Ravens attribute visual access to unseen competitors
96 Postdoctoral Fellow
97 Deep sea microbes dormant for 100 million years are hungry and ready to multiply
98 Study Published in Nature Communications Highlights the Role of the Epichaperome in Protein Connectivity-based Dysfunction in Alzheimer's Disease
99 Podcast: The puzzling structures of muddled materials, and paving the way for the quantum internet
100 Reprints & Permissions