Found 1134 articles associated to the institution Nature Publishing Group.
Cancer genomes: A smoking gun17-December-2009
A ‘super-Earth’ orbiting a nearby star, We must confront the quake risk of geothermal energy, Parental influence on SNP effect, Tiny SUMOs do good work, Controlling an atom, one photon at a time, Electrons make light work of nanostructures, Creating a 3D image from one look, Coots learn to recognise their chicks, War — what is it good for?
Nanosensors detect cancer from whole blood13-December-2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers including: Reprogrammable mice,Breaking the strongest bonds, Flooding removes arsenic, The rhythm of hypertension, Variants associated with lung function, Rewiring the brain after injury, Regulator limits tumour related cellular ageing and researchers panda to next-generation sequencing
Memory: Forego the fear9-December-2009
A drug free, non-invasive method for semi-permanently blocking the return of fear memories in humans is reported in this week’s Nature. The finding may have important implications for the clinical treatment of fear-related disorders.
Earth science: Flooding the Mediterranean9-December-2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers include Magnetic power behind a gamma-ray burst, Red Queen revamped; Tetrahedra get close, Compositional effects on deep mantle discontinuity, Sharing childcare makes for yummy mummies
Environment and ethnicity influence gene expression6-December-2009
Summaries of newsworthy papers: Nature: A big deletion, Medicine: Platelets promote closure of vessels in newborns, Neuroscience: To boldly go, Geoscience: Sensitive climate and Nature: The good fight
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