Vol 358, Issue 6368
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An algorithm is developed to manage river flow that could augment future fisheries yield, despite diverse other ongoing human uses.
A hierarchical computer vision model solves CAPTCHAs with a high accuracy rate using relatively little training data.
- Coherently aligned nanoparticles within a biogenic single crystal: A biological prestressing strategy
Coherent precipitation, known in metal alloys to provide substantial hardening and strengthening, is observed in a biomineral.
A black hole binary system contains plasma cooling by synchrotron radiation in a weaker-than-expected magnetic field.
Location, type, and time all cooperate to diversify individual progenitors and neurons of the developing human brain.
- A small-molecule inhibitor of TRPC5 ion channels suppresses progressive kidney disease in animal models
A drug inhibits kidney disease in rat models by preventing loss of podocytes, cells critical for blood filtration.
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