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Materials science: Light makes memory faster12-June-2013
A new prototype random-access memory, which uses light for reading out information, is presented in this week’s online issue of Nature Communications. This memory has an exceptionally high write and read speed, a low energy consumption and good endurance making it a promising candidate in the quest for a “universal memory”.
Fossils: Shedding light on early primate evolution5-June-2013
The discovery of the oldest nearly complete skeleton of a primate, reported in this week’s Nature, provides insights into the earliest phases of primate evolution.
Transmission studies resume for avian flu24-January-2013
Influenza scientists this week announce their intention to resume research into H5N1 avian influenza virus transmission in countries in which governments and institutions have given approval and in which appropriate biosafety and biosecurity conditions have been met. The announcement is published jointly in the journals Nature and Science.
Variants associated with hepatocelullar carcinoma in hepatitis B virus carriers17-December-2012
Genetic variants associated with hepatitis B virus (HBV)-related hepatocelullar carcinoma (HCC) are reported this week in Nature Genetics. Chronic HBV infection is a primary risk factor for HCC, one of the most common cancers worldwide.
Reprogramming cells in human urine to neural progenitors10-December-2012
A method for reprogramming human cells in urine samples into neural progenitor cells is reported in a paper published in Nature Methods this week.
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