Found 1124 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
Lake sediments: Pollen probes the past16-January-2008
Pollen trapped in lake sediments on the Tibetan Plateau provides an indicator of the past climate. Other highlights from Nature China include Trace fossils: Revealing an ancient gardener, Zinc nanowire: Easy wiring, Visual perception: Left or right, Boron nanotubes: Rolling metals into semiconductors and Quantum computing: Making qudits
Antarctic ice losses13-January-2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Receptor signalling in pairs, To mend a failing heart, Seven novel loci for plasma lipid levels, Genetics of height and bone disease, Sleep provides a window into memory, Seeing how viruses encounter immune cells and Transmitting HIV through T cell nanotubes
Parkinson's disease: Green tea protection10-January-2008
Natural chemicals found in green tea may be a safe and easily administered neuroprotective treatment for Parkinson's disease
Tropical disease: Plant hormone turns up in human parasite10-January-2008
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Cancer: MicroRNAs that reduce metastasis, Space: Antimatter close to home, Cancer biology: Suppressing a leukaemia suppressor, Immunodeficiency: A shortage of oxygen to beat infection, Nanotechnology: Roughened silicon nanowires take the heat and The genetics of sex
NATURE Archive To 1869 Goes Live7-January-2008
Many of the historic moments in modern science can now be explored online. The archive of the first eighty years (1869-1949) of the journal Nature, the world's foremost weekly scientific journal, goes live today. Every article published in Nature, back to volume 1, issue 1 will now be available online.
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