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Genomes: Comparing southern African sequences18-February-2010
The complete genome sequences of an indigenous hunter-gatherer from Namibia’s Kalahari Desert and of a Bantu from southern Africa are presented in this week’s Nature. Alongside these genomes are presented the sequences of the protein-coding regions from three other hunter-gatherer groups from the Kalahari.
Full solar-cell performance with only one percent of material used14-February-2010
Summaries of newsworthy papers: Variants associated with dementia, Makeover to yield designer proteins?, Unprecedented pressure from ocean acidification, A new villain in multiple sclerosis, Deletion associated with childhood developmental delay and Melting glaciers in Greenland fjords
Genomics: An ancient hairy tale11-February-2010
The first genome sequence of an ancient human is reported in Nature this week. As well as demonstrating a substantial advance in DNA sequencing techniques, the work also highlights a previously unknown migration of humans around 5,500 years ago.
IPCC: Cherish it, tweak it or scrap it?11-February-2010
Summaries of newsworthy papers: Why benzodiazepines can be addictive, A framework for future research and assessment, Gas-rich early galaxies, Protein link to insulin production, Grass genome sequenced, Ferroelectricity in a simple molecular crystal, Zonal flow in the Earth’s core and Direct mass measurements beyond uranium
Variants associated with blood cell and metabolic traits7-February-2010
Summaries of newsworthy papers: A potential new treatment for osteoporosis; Drivers of deforestation; Reprogramming with minicircles and Western Australian drought unique in 750 years?
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