Found 1124 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
Nanotubules: Growing a sponge24-October-2007
Tiny polymer tubules can be assembled into ultra-absorbent sponges that have useful electrical properties. Highlights from Nature China include Insulin sensitivity, incorporating sulphur into the DNA backbone, Rice regulating small interfering RNAs, insoluble organic molecules arranged into thin films and giant dendrimers
Collection on global poverty23-October-2007
Are natural resources a curse? Calls for research on global epidemics to be performed where they hit hardest and an Islamic ethical framework for research into and prevention of genetic diseases.
New AIDS risk factor21-October-2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Genetic variants in autoimmunity, Genetic variation in hair, eye, and skin pigmentation and Sex chromosomes influence behaviour
Tectonics: Full speed ahead17-October-2007
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Life’s a beach, Genes tell our evolutionary tale, The shadowy genome, Biggest black hole has even bigger companion, Rise and shine, Gene essential to sperm production identified, Old trick, new dog, A sunny outlook for nanowires and Sex determination linked to fitness
Hydrolysis: Back from the dead17-October-2007
Superheated water under high pressure can be used to break down dead animal waste into useful amino acids
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