Found 1124 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
Mitigating natural disasters21-July-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
Astrophysics: Magnetic fields and the evolution of galaxies16-July-2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Mars: Water almost everywhere, Earth science: Setting off a Cretaceous extinction event, Microscopy: Watching the cavorting of once-invisible atoms and How the brain pays attention
Making babies in the future16-July-2008
In a special News report, Nature asks leading reproductive biologists and clinicians what developments in the field could have an equivalent impact in the next three decades. Millions of babies have now been conceived through IVF – will any of the experts’ latest predictions, including artificial wombs, be as commonplace in 2028?
Arsenic risk maps for Southeast Asia13-July-2008
The Irrawaddy Delta, Myanmar is a high-risk area for groundwater contamination with arsenic, suggests research published online this week in Nature Geoscience.Other papers include A common inflammatory pathway in silicosis and Alzheimer’s, Genetic risk factor for osteoarthritis and Shells ruled by mass extinctions
Whatever happened to Avian influenza?9-July-2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include The scare switch, Ebola structure reveals virus camouflage, A bridge from the historical to the contemporary, A handle on human proteins used by H5N1 virus, Could there be water in the Moon?, Spinning to destruction, The usefulness of social diversity, Monitoring stress at depth and Keeping an eye out
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