Found 1136 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
Neuroscience: Brain-computer interfaces13-July-2006
The latest developments in brain-computer interface technology present a potential way to replace or restore lost motor function in paralysed humans. They are reported in two papers in Nature this week.
A female-to-male transgendered scientist - analyses the suggestion that women are not advancing in science because of an innate inability. Other newsworthy papers include Air’s ‘radical’ self-cleaning ability, Molluscs of mat destruction, Hall of spin, Surprisingly, DNA has trouble unwinding, Wet is best, An atom abacus fashioned by light
Distinguishing friend from foe; Instructing specialized immune cells; Learning not to fear, with a little help from Mum10-July-2006
Newsworthy papers from Nature and Nature Research Journals published online on 9 July 2006
Conservation by numbers, Faking it for physicists, Top five scientists’ blogs6-July-2006
Tiger conservationists are trying a more business-like approach to saving the threatened species. In a “faking it” style test, a social scientist has fooled a panel of physicist judges into believing that he is an experienced gravitational wave physicist. Weblogs written by scientists are relatively rare, but some of them are proving popular.
Bird flu: H5N1 hit Nigeria multiple times6-July-2006
The H5N1 virus has entered Nigeria multiple times according to analyses of the virus, which show that the strains in different Nigerian poultry samples are not closely related. The discovery indicates that the virus has entered Nigeria - the first African country known to harbour the strain - in birds travelling from a range of independent sources.
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