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Two papers reporting on genetic variants associated with haematological cancers.18-August-2013
Genetic variants associated with haematological cancers, which affect the blood, bone marrow, and lymph nodes, are reported in two independent studies this week in Nature Genetics.
Correspondence: Gain-of-function research planned for A(H7N9) (pp 150–151)7-August-2013
Scientists plan experiments to increase virulence of Influenza A (H7N9) and induce drug resistance, under strict laboratory controls and safety measures to find out what makes the virus potentially lethal in humans, and how to stop its possible spread.
Building a new liver and H7N9 reveals its dark side3-July-2013
Two notable press releases from Japan and China in Nature this week on a functional liver from stem cells and the threat posed by H7N9 virus
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.
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