Vol 362, Issue 6421
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A protein involved in excitation-contraction coupling regulates transcription and helps to protect cardiac tissues from stress.
Magnetic properties arise in a cobalt ion because the influence of two linearly coordinated carbon ligands is unusually weak.
Helium is observed in the atmosphere of a warm Neptune-mass exoplanet, constraining the atmospheric loss rate.
Observations of helium show that the atmosphere of a hot Saturn-mass exoplanet is escaping and trailing behind the planet.
Truncated tetrahedral quantum dots with anisotropic surfaces can form 10-fold coordinated quasicrystalline superlattices.
Ligand tuning raises the upper temperature for hysteresis in a single-molecule magnet just above nitrogen’s boiling point.
- Elevated trawling inside protected areas undermines conservation outcomes in a global fishing hot spot
Marine protected areas need better definitions and protection from industrial fishing to serve as true protected areas.
Late Permian (252-million- to 260-million-year-old) plant fossils from the Middle East shed light on the early origins of major seed-plant lineages.