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23  février     18h34
   Machine learning reveals huge potential benefits of sustainable fertilizer useNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d yAgricultural fertilizers are the main global source of ammonia emissions, which harm human health and reduce farmers’ profits. An analysis using...
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   The first bulk ceramic that deforms like a metal at room temperatureNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d An innovative high strength ceramic consists of interlocked, nanometre scale plates in which stacked layers of the material are twisted relative to each...
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   All of Us’ genetics chart stirs unease over controversial depiction of raceNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d wDebate over figure connecting genes, race and ethnicity reignites concerns among geneticists about how to represent human diversity. presshttps: www...
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   Neuralink brain chip: advance sparks safety and secrecy concernsNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Elon Musk announced this week that his company’s brain implant has allowed a person to move a computer mouse with their mind. presshttps: www.nature.com...
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   Author Correction: Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrationsNature, Published online: February ; doi: . s Author Correction: Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations presshttps: www.nature.com articles s utm source press.coop
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   Daily briefing: Microplastics muddy the definition of the AnthropoceneNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Microplastics might not be a reliable way to define the geological epoch mooted to have begun when humans started altering the planet. Plus, ancient ...
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   How we boosted female faculty numbers in male dominated departmentsNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Two leaders of the University of Melbourne’s affirmative action strategy describe their drive to hire more female colleagues. presshttps: www.nature.com...
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   Save lives in the next pandemic: ensure vaccine equity nowNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d The proposed Pandemic Agreement must ensure that COVID vaccine nationalism is never repeated; scientists call for action. presshttps: www.nature.com articles...
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   What’s the sign for centrifuge’ How we added scientific terms to Indian Sign LanguageNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Molecular biologist Alka Rao brought together her research group and sign language specialists to broaden access to science for deaf...
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   How our love of pets grew from a clash of world viewsNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Indigenous Americans’ relationships with and knowledge of animals have influenced how Europeans have thought about animals since . presshttps: www.nature.com articles...
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   First private Moon lander touches down on lunar surface to make historyNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d zAfter a nailbiting descent, the Odysseus spacecraft lands near the lunar south pole and prepares to kick off a week of data gathering. presshttps: www...
22  février     20h28
   CAR T therapy for multiple sclerosis enters US trials for first timeNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Hopes are high that engineered immune cells, which are already in use to treat blood cancer, will halt the progression of a degenerative autoimmune disorder....
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   Supernova mystery solved: JWST reveals the fate of an iconic stellar explosionNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Decades long quest ends as the landmark observatory detects signs of the blast’s central neutron star. presshttps: www.nature.com articles...
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   How whales sing without drowning, an anatomical mystery solvedNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Baleen whales sing using a modified larynx, but this leaves them them unable to escape human noise. presshttps: www.nature.com articles d utm...
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   Daily briefing: Great Stone Age’ wall discovered in Baltic SeaNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d A string of boulders almost a kilometre long, now covered by the ocean, could be Europe’s oldest human made megastructure. Plus, the year anniversary of the...
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   Laser pulses engrave an unlikely surface: soap filmsNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d xBumping up the detergent content allows a laser pulse to carve a groove in ethereal films. presshttps: www.nature.com articles d x utm source press.coop
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   Arno A. Penzias , co discoverer of the cosmic microwave backgroundNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Astrophysicist whose radio wave observations confirmed the Big Bang origin of the Universe. presshttps: www.nature.com articles d ...
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   How egg cells handle their cellular rubbishNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d The discovery of a molecular recycling system in mouse oocytes might help scientists to understand why fertility declines with age. presshttps: www.nature.com articles d ...
21  février     19h23
   Buried microplastics complicate efforts to define the AnthropoceneNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d Plastic particles in sediments could help to pin down the start of a new geological epoch. But their ability to migrate to older layers is muddying the waters....
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   MEGA CRISPR tool gives a power boost to cancer fighting cellsNature, Published online: February ; doi: . d zA system that edits RNA rather than DNA can give new life to exhausted CAR T cells. presshttps: www.nature.com articles d z utm source press.coop