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Much has been learned since the early 1960s about histone post-translational modifications (PTMs) and how they affect DNA-templated processes at the molecular level. This...
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Mentoring | Nature - 7 hours
Applications for the @Nature Awards for Mentoring in Science are open. This year’s awards are focusing on mentors in France. Nominate a mentor that contributed positively to your development, and they could win $10,000. Nominations are due June 16. https://t.co/xgFi9qQlmG https://t.co/xgFi9qQlmG - view on twitter
Why the world needs more transparency on the origins of novel pathogens - 8 hours
Collaboration and openness are essential to minimize the risks of future pandemics, says the World Health Organization’s scientific advisory group,...
Commentary from @WHO SAGO on the importance of collaboration, science and transparency in studying the origins of novel pathogens with epidemic and pandemic potential. #COVID19 https://t.co/qgsGSOXsfy https://t.co/qgsGSOXsfy - view on twitter
Loss and damage finance should apply to biodiversity loss - 21 hours
Global biodiversity loss has been disproportionately driven by consumption of people in rich nations. The concept of ‘loss and damage’ — familiar from international...
Financial compensation should be paid by rich nations for the loss and damage of biodiversity disproportionately affecting the Global South, argue the authors of a Comment article in @NatureEcoEvo. https://t.co/ZjuFYzlrFR https://t.co/ZjuFYzlrFR - view on twitter
US will vaccinate birds against avian flu for first time — what researchers think - 1 day
The country plans to vaccinate endangered condors in an effort to curb unprecedented H5N1...
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A preprint by Lad et al. shows that tumour-associated neutrophils in glioblastoma originate from skull bone marrow and acquire an antigen-presenting cell phenotype intratumorally...
NEW: Preprint Watch Journal Club from @preprintclub @karolinskainst discusses @biorxivpreprint by @ManishKAghi lab showing that tumour-associated neutrophils in glioblastoma originate from skull bone marrow and acquire APC phenotype https://t.co/tXh4avezPC - view on twitter
Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology – Cellular stress and TH17 cell induction in the...
JUNE ISSUE | #ResearchHighlight "Cellular stress and TH17 cell induction in the gut" https://t.co/dMiLvv1I8l https://t.co/dMiLvv1I8l - view on twitter
Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology – Elucidating the link between clonal haematopoiesis and chronic liver...
JUNE ISSUE | #ResearchHighlight "Elucidating the link between clonal haematopoiesis and chronic liver disease" https://t.co/X3638A0BZt https://t.co/X3638A0BZt - view on twitter
Authors from richer, English-speaking countries gain unconscious boost when identified to referees, study...
Anonymizing peer review makes the process more just https://t.co/HKTAsxIsRi by @ngreports via @nature From study: "strong evidence that authors from higher income and/or English speaking countries receive significant benefits (a large positive bias)." by @Callomac et al. hr… https://t.co/HKTAsxIsRi - view on twitter
Nature has learnt that the periodic table, as well as evolution, won’t be taught to under-16s as they start the new school...
India cuts periodic table and evolution from school textbooks affecting 130 million 11 to 18 year olds and experts are baffled. NCERT has not yet engaged with parents & teachers to explain its rationale & did not reply to Nature’s request for comment. https://t.co/yAhk4txVqe - view on twitter