17 Aug 2008
Antibodies isolated from survivors of the 1918 pandemic influenza virus can protect mice from lethal infection. Summaries of newsworthy papers include New susceptibility gene for type 2 diabetes, Ion channels implicated in bipolar disorder and Cancer taking the Myc
06 Aug 2008
In Nature China this week - A genetic technique to produce single-sex commercial fish stocks has been successfully tested on Chinese sole and more highlights.
25 Jul 2008
In a press conference today, The Centre For Archaeological Research Malaysia unveiled their initial analysis of the oldest burial site found in the historic city of Malacca, recently designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Malacca was a strategic trading post for Southeast Asia in the 15th and 16th century.
21 Jul 2008
Comments on the the Sichuan earthquake and cyclone Nargis. Other papers include Genetic origins of the Grey horse, New cancer drugs with reduced side effects, Predicting lung cancer survival, Heavy rains ahead, Fighting tuberculosis with acid, Rafting down biological cascades, Animal behaviour lighting the way, Nanotechnology: Gold standard
18 Jul 2008
Why did Hillary lose? Waseda's Prof. Toyonaga reflects on how the long US presidential election process made her initial desire and expectation of Hillary's candidacy turn to disappointment.
25 May 2008
Newsworthy papers include Nanoparticles need 'stripes' for cellular success, Genetic variants affect cancer risk in alcohol drinkers, Conducting without pressure, A critical factor for maintaining blood stem cells, Understanding cocaine craving, Genetic clue to 'clubbing', Searching for cancer's 'Achilles' heel', Observing virus birth
13 Apr 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers including: Freezing the Eocene greenhouse, Frequency-tunable terahertz metamaterials, Decisions occur before awareness, ‘What’ and ‘where’ in auditory cortex, Arsenic action on leukaemia, Surgery on a microchip
26 Mar 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include First hominin of Western Europe, MicroRNA silencing in non-human primates, Complexity and evolution, Spinning into control, Stepwise oxygenation of the ancient ocean and Retinal cells that respond to upward motion
02 Mar 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers: Biogeography- Cosmopolitan phages, The not-so-sweet side of malaria, An atomic force pencil, Let there be light, Genetic variants predisposing to coeliac disease, Mitochondrial DNA deletions affect lifespan, Smokers insensitive to what might have been, Bone marrow nurturers, Altered stem cells accelerate ageing ...
24 Feb 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Long-distance groundwater flow on Mars, Dust in the wind, Silicon lasers march towards the mid-infrared, Drug detective kit for the cell’s powerhouse, Towards a ‘cloak’ for magnetic fields, Pathway influences human hair growth and texture, Cows as genetic models and more
10 Feb 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Undetectable ocean trends, Physics at the beach, DNA proves its potential, Genome-wide view of prostate cancer risk, fMRI tracks monkey ‘voice’ area, How HIV ravages gut immune cells
06 Feb 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Stem cells: Circadian rhythms, Planetary science: Evidence for water, Plants: Recovery from nitrogen, Neurodegeneration: The plaque to dementia, DNA vaccines: TBK1 is doubly important, Essay: Darwin’s Enduring Legacy, Tectonics: Slice of subduction and Holography: An added dimension
03 Feb 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Going beyond p53’s role in cancer, Natural selection shapes modern human populations and Ancient lymphocytes
18 Jan 2008
A new mouse model of human leukemia may provide fresh insights on the genesis of the disease
16 Jan 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Containing uranium, Tethering HIV, Regenerating hair in waves, Listeria dodges host’s immune response, Identifying skin cancer starter cells, Encoding biopolymers with instructions, RNA and tumour suppression and Sing-a-long-a-neuron
13 Jan 2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Receptor signalling in pairs, To mend a failing heart, Seven novel loci for plasma lipid levels, Genetics of height and bone disease, Sleep provides a window into memory, Seeing how viruses encounter immune cells and Transmitting HIV through T cell nanotubes
23 Dec 2007
Researchers link skeletal disorders with sugar chain production
07 Dec 2007
The first wave of cells giving rise to an early stem cell population are derived from cells of the neural tube
05 Dec 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers including: Tracking volcanic activity on the Moon, Space: How close is too close? Joined-up thinking on bird flu, Cancer: A double agent exposed, Cinderella science, A quantum-dot light switch, Ancient magma ocean under Earth's mantle?, Snowball versus slushball, Are you a man or a mouse?
25 Nov 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers in Nature research journals including Neural crest stem cells on tap, Mutation identified in neurodegenerative disorder, Immune delivery service and Normal cells lead tumour cell invasion
04 Nov 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include In vivo folding lights up, RNA interference insecticides, Genetic variants associated with rheumatoid arthritis and Genes for Transplants
07 Oct 2007
Summaries of other newsworthy papers include Materials: Domains of influence and Fighting off an immune attack
03 Oct 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Anaesthesia without paralysis, Cancer: Stem cells and metastasis, High-temperature superconductivity: An organic perspective, Physics: A single artificial-atom laser and Supercurrents in a Bose-Einstein condensate
19 Sep 2007
Hydrogen ions produced in very hot water are used in the eco-friendly hydrolysis of cellulose. Other research highlights from Nature China include Gadd45a regulation, Stem-cell transplantation: Cut risks to the bone, Asian dust: Where the dust settles, Quantum dots: Two is not a crowd, Thin films: The stress test
16 Sep 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Biochemical pay dirt in Nature Chemical Biology, Delicate and dynamic immunological equilibrium in Nature Immunology and Many targets – one tube in Nature Methods
09 Sep 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Adding a pinch of sugar, Watching protein-cutting enzymes in action, Muscle metabolism and human evolution, The political brain, Dialling up damage responders and Stem cells have nervous impulses
02 Sep 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Neurodegeneration: Prion structure unfolds, New drug to treat schizophrenia, Adult stem cell with muscle, The genetics of human height, Stop that itch!, Restraining allergic responses
08 Aug 2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Ultrafast X-rays: ‘Dusty mirror’ gets a makeover, Neurology: Ubiquitin is ubiquitous in Huntington’s disease, Biodiversity: Insects get tropical, Physics: Ultracold matters, Recycling in the Earth's mantle, Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, Understanding antidepressants
06 Jun 2007
Potential drug for atherosclerosis and type 2 diabetes, DNA damage contributes to stem cell ageing, MicroRNAs and tumour suppression, Hurricanes: Back to normal?, Evolution: It’s all so predictable and finally Fishy genome swims into view
21 May 2007
Glitter of gold traps microparticles, Gene copy number and risk of autoimmunity, A red-letter day for brain connectivity, Skin barrier formation and caspase-14, Control of all fates, The dual role of BRCA2 in DNA repair, Deciphering the histone code


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