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Nature Communications 14h
Pearl millet genomic vulnerability to climate change in West Africa highlights the need for regional collaboration
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Nature Communications 16h
Central Eurasia has seen an unexpected cooling in autumn over recent years, likely related to the Pacific Decadal Oscillation and the Siberian High.
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Nature Communications 16h
The abnormally low concentration of xenon compared to other noble gases in Earth's atmosphere remains debated. Here, the authors propose that xenon iron oxides could be potential xenon hosts in Earth’s lower mantle.
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Nature Communications 16h
Two major dam systems, the HAD in Egypt and the GERD in Ethiopia control huge parts of water distribution along the Nile – potential risks and mitigation strategies are discussed here.
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Nature Communications 16h
Local action on achieving climate targets is vital, existing commitments from U.S. States, cities and business could reduce emissions 25% below 2005 levels by 2030, if actioned
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Nature Communications 17h
The Tibetan Plateau saw a shift in hydroclimate and associated orbital forcing around 33.7 million years ago.
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Nature Communications 17h
Greenhouse gas emissions of the Chinese passenger vehicle fleet are expected to peak in 2032 with the Dual credit policy enabling significant reductions
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Benjamin Martindale 17h
Check out this interesting work from where they explore the use of pyridinic Fe-N4 molecules as models for Fe single atom catalysts in oxygen reduction.
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Nature Communications 18h
New review article by AM Abakumov & JM Tarascon It surveys the underlying chemical principles for the rational design of better metal-ion batteries.
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Nature Communications 18h
Dan Erlanson’s new Comment on the large scale fragment screening campaign for the SARS-CoV-2 main protease from scientists and
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Nature Communications 18h
Team headed by & F. von Delft performed a large scale crystallographic and electrophilic fragment screening campaign for the SARS-CoV-2 main protease in collaboration with
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Nature Communications 18h
New paper from in collaboration with : Ensemble-based enzyme design can recapitulate the effects of laboratory directed evolution in silico
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Nature Communications Oct 18
Prepare for with our updated biological mass spectrometry collection featuring new proteomics research from , , , and others
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Nature Communications Oct 17
New featured image on our homepage! From this paper: Bacterial nanotubes as a manifestation of cell death
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Nature Communications Oct 16
New featured image on our homepage! From this paper: Bacterial nanotubes as a manifestation of cell death
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Nature Communications Oct 16
A synthetic biology platform for Type IV-V glycopeptide antibiotic production and discovery.
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Nature Communications Oct 16
CryoEM structures highlight plant-specific features of Complex I including an ancestral carbonic anhydrase domain.
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Nature Communications Oct 16
A new perspective on multiplying the efficiency and impact of biofortification by metabolic engineering.
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Nature Communications Oct 16
A cutoff selection algorithm that maximizes the overlap between inferred networks and prior knowledge.
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