Vol 357, Issue 6358
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This week on the Science podcast, Sandra Postel advocates for water-management projects that work with, rather than against, the natural water cycle.
Techniques that access ultracold temperatures elucidate the formation mechanism of an unusual molecular ion in fine detail.
Transport measurements are used to uncover the dynamics of glass and crystal formation in frustrated electronic systems.
Immune activation changes the mosquito microbiota and gives genetically modified mosquitoes a mating advantage over wild-type mosquitoes.
An engineered bacterial symbiont supplied to mosquitoes effectively spreads combinations of antimalaria parasite genes.
Two hundred seventy-nine coastal marine species have been recorded crossing the Pacific by rafting after the 2011 East Japan tsunami.
- Mutations in the promoter of the telomerase gene TERT contribute to tumorigenesis by a two-step mechanism
Mutations in the telomerase gene promoter allow cancer cells to grow with short telomeres, fueling genome instability.
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