Vol 362, Issue 6412
This Week in Science
Products & Materials
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A global investigation suggests that access to higher levels of material and social resources promotes gender-specific preferences.
A combination of surfactants and supporting single-walled carbon nanotubes render chiral nickel catalysts effective in water.
Tuning the air-filled void distribution in a polymer can produce a film with excellent radiative cooling properties.
Large conformational changes induced in charged DNA stem-loop receptors can be sensed in high–ionic strength solutions.
Stacks of graphene up to seven layers thick show a strong dependence of the critical temperature on the number of layers.
- Shear properties of Earth’s inner core constrained by a detection of J waves in global correlation wavefield
The detection of shear waves through Earth’s inner core confirms that it is solid but soft.
A damage-sensing receptor hits the brakes to control the extent of tissue damage during infection, injury, and inflammation.