Vol 357, Issue 6350
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Sonication pries open four-membered carbon rings embedded in a polymer to produce a conjugated semiconducting structure.
A hierarchically structured iron-nitrogen-carbon catalyst for the oxygen reduction reaction is highly active in air.
Comparison of vibrational dynamics in acidified water and acidified acetonitrile supports the prevalence of the Zundel motif.
Lizards adapted rapidly to extreme cold in the southeastern United States during the winter of 2013–2014.
A dietary plant flavonoid derivative, metabolized by Clostridium orbiscindens in the gut, mediates protective responses to influenza in mice.
Metabolically derived clozapine is the in vivo actuator of designer drug receptors expressed in the central nervous system.
In animals, a drug activating all 12 isoforms of the energy regulator AMPK benefits metabolism but may pose heart risks.
Archaeological maize found in ancient turkey pens was adapted to temperate environments by 1900 years ago.