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The findings of a study in Nature Biomedical Engineering suggest that activity tracking and health monitoring via consum...
20/11/2020
Pre-symptomatic detection of COVID-19 from smartwatch data

The findings of a study in Nature Biomedical Engineering suggest that activity tracking and health monitoring via consumer wearable devices may be used for the large-scale, real-time detection of respiratory infections, often pre-symptomatically.

Nature Biomedical Engineering

Migratory birds and mammals live faster paces of life — live shorter lives, develop faster, and produce more offspring, ...
20/11/2020
Migrant birds and mammals live faster than residents

Migratory birds and mammals live faster paces of life — live shorter lives, develop faster, and produce more offspring, more quickly — than their non-migratory relatives, according to a global analysis in Nature Communications.

Nature Communications

“This sequestered period has given me an opportunity to reflect on how songwriting has influenced my ability to communic...
20/11/2020
How memorable melodies can make your research sing

“This sequestered period has given me an opportunity to reflect on how songwriting has influenced my ability to communicate science,” writes Saurja DasGupta. “I feel I’m more confident, and perhaps more creative, because of songwriting.”

Nature Careers

News & Views: Experiments conducted deep beneath a mountain and reported in Nature have provided the most precise measur...
19/11/2020
Primordial element production studied beneath a mountain

News & Views: Experiments conducted deep beneath a mountain and reported in Nature have provided the most precise measurements of a key nuclear reaction that occurred seconds after the Big Bang, refining our knowledge of the constituents of the Universe.

Nature

Uneasy and insecure, postdoctoral researchers worldwide are experiencing great distress around their career prospects, w...
19/11/2020
Postdoc survey reveals disenchantment with working life

Uneasy and insecure, postdoctoral researchers worldwide are experiencing great distress around their career prospects, workload and workplace culture, among other issues, finds Nature’s first-ever survey of postdocs.

Nature Careers

News & Views: As the COVID-19 pandemic rages globally, interest in antiviral treatments has never been higher. A Nature ...
19/11/2020
Engineered antibodies to combat viral threats

News & Views: As the COVID-19 pandemic rages globally, interest in antiviral treatments has never been higher. A Nature paper reports progress in efforts to aid antiviral responses by engineering human antibodies to enhance their antiviral activity.

Nature

A Perspective published in Nature Machine Intelligence seeks to distil how many of deep learning’s failures can be seen ...
18/11/2020
Shortcut learning in deep neural networks

A Perspective published in Nature Machine Intelligence seeks to distil how many of deep learning’s failures can be seen as different symptoms of the same underlying problem: shortcut learning.

Nature Machine Intelligence

This PrimeView from Nature Reviews Disease Primers reviews the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, management and ...
18/11/2020
Delirium

This PrimeView from Nature Reviews Disease Primers reviews the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, management and patient quality of life of delirium, a severe neuropsychiatric syndrome characterized by an acute change in attention, awareness and cognition.

Nature Reviews Disease Primers

Less-intrusive, non-pharmaceutical interventions to limit the spread of COVID-19, such as effective communication strate...
17/11/2020
Ranking the effectiveness of worldwide COVID-19 government interventions

Less-intrusive, non-pharmaceutical interventions to limit the spread of COVID-19, such as effective communication strategies and government support, may be just as effective in slowing transmission as more intrusive solutions, such as lockdowns, according to Nature Human Behaviour paper.

Nature Human Behaviour

“Babywearing has enabled me to pursue my career without compromising my research or my family,” writes Genoa R. Warner.
16/11/2020
How to wear your baby to work

“Babywearing has enabled me to pursue my career without compromising my research or my family,” writes Genoa R. Warner.

Nature Careers

Hard-won experience, changing demographics and reduced strain on hospitals are all possibilities of why COVID-19 death r...
16/11/2020
Why do COVID death rates seem to be falling?

Hard-won experience, changing demographics and reduced strain on hospitals are all possibilities of why COVID-19 death rates have dropped around the world. But scientists don’t know how long that change will last as case loads increase.

Nature News & Comment

Synthesizing robots via physical AI is a multidisciplinary challenge for future robotics research. A Nature Machine Inte...
15/11/2020
Skills for physical artificial intelligence

Synthesizing robots via physical AI is a multidisciplinary challenge for future robotics research. A Nature Machine Intelligence Comment article argues an education methodology is needed for researchers to develop a combination of skills in physical AI.

Nature Machine Intelligence

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