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29-Jun-2018 | Elise A. Kikis, Science , 2018
“Are you really going to cross the picket line?” my mother asked. She had called after reading that the clerical union workers were on strike, and she could hear in the background the tell-tale honking horns and ringing bells of the picket line. “Yes,” I responded. Despite her impassioned
29-Jun-2018 | Caroline Ash; Jesse Smith; Seth Thomas Scanlon, Science , 2018
Immunology![Figure] Damage to one eye causes harmful responses in the uninjured eye. PHOTO: JENA ARDELL Mucosal tolerance arises when exposure to foreign antigens at mucosal sites results in suppressed immune responses mediated by regulatory T cells and tolerogenic antigen-presenting
29-Jun-2018 | American Association for the Advancement of Science, Science , 2018
SCI COMMUNIn science news around the world, the United Kingdom pulls the plug on plans for the world's first tidal energy lagoon, archaeologists raise alarm over unexcavated sites threatened by Arctic warming, U.S. President Donald Trump proposes a reorganization of federal agencies, and a Swiss ...
29-Jun-2018 | Ken Garber, Science , 2018
Some cancers generate the seeds of their own destruction. Ten years ago, researchers discovered that certain random mutations that accumulate in rapidly dividing tumor cells can spur the immune system to attack the cancer. Lately, researchers have found that the extent of such mutations can ...
29-Jun-2018 | Linda Nordling, Science , 2018
An effort to curb plagiarism is emerging in Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation and home to more than 150 public and private universities and colleges. Since 2012, the Nigerian Young Academy (NYA)—an offshoot of the Nigerian Academy of Sciences for scientists younger than 45—has made educating ...
29-Jun-2018 | Caroline Ash; Jesse Smith, Science , 2018
Herpetology![Figure] Sibon nebulatus , one of a tribe of diverse South and Central American snakes PHOTO: SIBONS PHOTOGRAPHY/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO Dipsadini are snakes that consume snails by sucking them out of their shells. They constitute a diverse tribe of more than 70 recognized species
29-Jun-2018 | Caroline Ash; Andrew M. Sugden, Science , 2018
Health Care In the United States, one-quarter of Medicare spending occurs in the last 12 months of life, which is commonly seen as evidence of waste. Einav et al. used predictive modeling to reassess this interpretation. From detailed Medicare claims data, the extent to which spending is
29-Jun-2018 | Caroline Ash; Jesse Smith; Marc S. Lavine, Science , 2018
Materials Science Epitaxial growth is the main technique used for depositing nonsilicon integrated electronic and photonic devices. However, methods for growing devices on amorphous and nonepitaxial substrates are limited. Sarkar et al. overcome this by using standing evaporation or sputtering
29-Jun-2018 | Guosong Hong; Tian-Ming Fu; Mu Qiao; Robert D. Viveros; Xiao Yang; Tao Zhou; Jung Min Lee; Hong-Gyu Park; Joshua R. ..., Science , 2018
The retina, which processes visual information and sends it to the brain, is an excellent model for studying neural circuitry. It has been probed extensively ex vivo but has been refractory to chronic in vivo electrophysiology. We report a nonsurgical method to achieve chronically stable in vivo ...