Vol 3, Issue 5
- Experimental evidence of hourglass fermion in the candidate nonsymmorphic topological insulator KHgSb
Photoemission established KHgSb as a nonsymmorphic topological insulator, which hosts hourglass-shaped surface states.
Colors of materials are precisely laser-controlled using new manufacturing technology with nanopatterned semiconductor surfaces.
The lncRNA SPRIGHTLY interacts with the intronic regions of unprocessed mRNA precursors of its target mRNAs.
Characterization of a cutis laxa mouse model reveals distinct requirements for elastic fiber formation along the arterial tree.
Comparing across populations, we show that predation has multiple effects on collective exploration in groups of guppies.
- Decoupling of microbial carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling in response to extreme temperature events
Analysis of disturbance effects on multiple microbial processes elucidates response of biogeochemical cycling to climate extremes.
The velocity of domain walls driven by chiral spin-orbit torques is up to 10 times faster around right- than left-handed bends.
Pressure overcomes balanced particle interactions and enables fine-tuning of nanoparticle lattice, forming new luminescent nanowires.
We analyze why the sediment discharges of fine-grained rivers are an order of magnitude larger than predicted by current theory.
Domain wall dynamics in hexagonal manganites are revealed by impedance microscopy and first-principles calculations.
Tokudaia osimensis exhibits high sexual plasticity, through which female somatic cells can be converted to male germline cells.
Closing of a band gap of inversion-asymmetric semiconductors always leads either to a Weyl semimetal or to a nodal-line semimetal
Sediments from Western Australia show how westerly winds made the southwest wetter during the Miocene (18 to 6 million years ago).
New approach enables unbiased determination of tissue- and subcellular-specific protein location within a live animal.
- Three-dimensional system enabling the maintenance and directed differentiation of pluripotent stem cells under defined conditions
A three-dimensional culture system enables maintenance of pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) and formation of PSC-derived organoids.
- Cryo-EM structure of human adenovirus D26 reveals the conservation of structural organization among human adenoviruses
Near-atomic resolution structure of species-D adenovirus 26 (HAdV-D26) reveals structural conservation among human adenoviruses.
- Evidence and mechanism of efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence promoted by delocalized excited states
The molecular design concept and mechanism leading to highly efficient thermally activated delayed fluorescence are presented.
A potentially universal method for the de novo solution of the crystal structures of membrane proteins is described.
- Antiarrhythmics cure brain arrhythmia: The imperativeness of subthalamic ERG K+ channels in parkinsonian discharges
Antiarrhythmics and proarrhythmics targeting ERG K+ channels act oppositely to tune parkinsonian brain rhythms and motor behaviors.
Mating system and genetic variation impede the spread of gene drives, which target natural populations of disease-vectoring insects.
Replacing petroleum by biomass can be economically feasible by generating revenue from the three primary biomass constituents.
- Harnessing the hygroscopic and biofluorescent behaviors of genetically tractable microbial cells to design biohybrid wearables
We harnessed the hygroscopic and biofluorescent behaviors of microbial cells to design sweat-responsive biohybrid wearables.
- Does basic energy access generate socioeconomic benefits? A field experiment with off-grid solar power in India
Basic solar microgrids can significantly improve access to electricity in an affordable manner, but they generate few socioeconomic benefits.
Parrotlets direct leg takeoff force to minimize energy costs of foraging flights across different distances and inclinations.
A nonvalence electronic state predominantly bound by correlation forces is spectroscopically characterized in a cluster anion.
- Fast label-free multilayered histology-like imaging of human breast cancer by photoacoustic microscopy
A photoacoustic microscope system provides label-free multilayered histology-like imaging of unprocessed human breast specimens.
We achieved record high photoresponsivity in both MoS2 and ReS2 on the structure of an Al2O3/ITO/SiO2/Si “stack.”
The complex roles of nature and culture in poverty traps call for diverse and often transformative poverty alleviation strategies.