- 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.
Comparing across populations, we show that predation has multiple effects on collective exploration in groups of guppies.
Troubles with community detection in networks: No ground truth, no free lunch, and the complex coupling of metadata with structure.
Characterization of a cutis laxa mouse model reveals distinct requirements for elastic fiber formation along the arterial tree.
The lncRNA SPRIGHTLY interacts with the intronic regions of unprocessed mRNA precursors of its target mRNAs.
Novel instrumentation reveals that mucus-filter-feeding deep-sea larvaceans play a large role in oceanic carbon cycling.
Two distinct and short-lived flooding events of shallow marine waters covered western Amazonia during the Miocene.
Water microjet photoemission experiments and scattering calculations reveal genuine properties of the hydrated electron.
- Optical identification of sulfur vacancies: Bound excitons at the edges of monolayer tungsten disulfide
Bound exciton is a signature of sulfur vacancies, and thus, it can be used to investigate defects in atomically thin materials.
- Carbon-free H2 production from ammonia triggered at room temperature with an acidic RuO2/γ-Al2O3 catalyst
Heat evolved by ammonia adsorption on RuO2/γ-Al2O3 heats the catalyst from room temperature to the autoignition temperature.
Local theories using two independent hidden variables to model separate sources are violated with two entangled photon pairs.
Structure of EV71 2C unveils the structural basis of the functional mechanism of carboxyl terminus–mediated self-oligomerization.
Organic semiconductor laser operating in the quasi-CW regime at 80 MHz and under 30 ms long pulse photoexcitation is demonstrated.
- Mitochondrial protein-linked DNA breaks perturb mitochondrial gene transcription and trigger free radical–induced DNA damage
Mitochondrial protein-linked DNA repair promotes gene transcription and protects from free radical–induced DNA damage.