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Introducing Science Advances, a digital open access journal from AAAS, the publisher of Science. Science Advances features well-executed, important research across the entire range of scholarly pursuits including computer, engineering, environmental, life, mathematical, physical, and social sciences. We rapidly publish high-quality research, focusing on work with the potential to make significant

Introducing Science Advances, a digital open access journal from AAAS, the publisher of Science. Science Advances features well-executed, important research across the entire range of scholarly pursuits including computer, engineering, environmental, life, mathematical, physical, and social sciences. We rapidly publish high-quality research, focusing on work with the potential to make significant

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Global temperature change is an important indicator of . Climatologists demonstrate the latest climate change models can...
10/17/2022

Global temperature change is an important indicator of .

Climatologists demonstrate the latest climate change models can predict local temperatures 30–70% more confidently. https://scim.ag/dx

In a study involving 165 chronic  users, participation in a treatment program that integrated mindfulness meditation ind...
10/17/2022

In a study involving 165 chronic users, participation in a treatment program that integrated mindfulness meditation induced brain oscillations connected to decreased opioid misuse. https://scim.ag/de

Tumor immunity impacts outcomes of cancer patients treated with immune checkpoint blockade (ICB). Cancer researchers hav...
10/16/2022

Tumor immunity impacts outcomes of cancer patients treated with immune checkpoint blockade (ICB). Cancer researchers have developed a model to predict ICB-responsive cancer types. https://scim.ag/cN

Single-nucleus RNA sequencing of more than 220,000 neurons reveals extensive changes in neuron type and transcriptomics ...
10/15/2022

Single-nucleus RNA sequencing of more than 220,000 neurons reveals extensive changes in neuron type and transcriptomics in the brains of people with schizophrenia, compared with those unaffected by the disease. https://scim.ag/cr

While marine oxygen was known to have fluctuated during the Neoproterozoic era, new findings reveal that atmospheric oxy...
10/14/2022

While marine oxygen was known to have fluctuated during the Neoproterozoic era, new findings reveal that atmospheric oxygen was equally dynamic—providing a significant clue about the global setting in which the first marine animals evolved. https://scim.ag/bX

If you think one spider is scary, how about more than 1000? Genetics researchers have revealed essential amino acid moti...
10/13/2022

If you think one spider is scary, how about more than 1000?

Genetics researchers have revealed essential amino acid motifs in spider silk by analyzing genotypes of 1098 spider species. https://scim.ag/bg

A new study estimates that nearly 2% of fishing gear around the globe is lost to the ocean annually. https://scim.ag/aV
10/13/2022

A new study estimates that nearly 2% of fishing gear around the globe is lost to the ocean annually. https://scim.ag/aV

Researchers have cataloged silk gene sequences to measure the mechanical, thermal, structural, and hydration properties ...
10/12/2022

Researchers have cataloged silk gene sequences to measure the mechanical, thermal, structural, and hydration properties of the dragline silks of 446 species of spiders.

Learn more in this week’s issue of Science Advances: https://scim.ag/am

Social deprivation during institutional care may physically alter a stage of brain maturation in children, according to ...
10/11/2022

Social deprivation during institutional care may physically alter a stage of brain maturation in children, according to a new study. https://scim.ag/9j

Some patients hospitalized with severe  also developed autoantibodies to fight against blood pressure dysregulation and ...
10/10/2022

Some patients hospitalized with severe also developed autoantibodies to fight against blood pressure dysregulation and overall higher disease severity.

The study could provide insight into our how our immune reaction to COVID-19 can impair blood pressure regulation. https://scim.ag/8G

Scientists have developed an autonomous chemical synthesis robot for the exploration and optimization of gold nanopartic...
10/09/2022

Scientists have developed an autonomous chemical synthesis robot for the exploration and optimization of gold nanoparticle synthesis.

This approach could add valuable insight into nanoparticle synthesis, which has applications in areas of medicine, electronics, and quantum technologies. https://scim.ag/8b

Scientists have developed a blueprint of an autonomous chemical synthesis robot to help optimize  synthesis, a field wit...
10/09/2022

Scientists have developed a blueprint of an autonomous chemical synthesis robot to help optimize synthesis, a field with applications in medicine, electronics, and quantum technologies. https://scim.ag/8a

A new type of electric pain management device—made entirely of bioresorbable metals and polymers—can safely block neural...
10/08/2022

A new type of electric pain management device—made entirely of bioresorbable metals and polymers—can safely block neural pain in mice and could serve as a substitute for opioids. https://scim.ag/7P

Researchers have identified a new mutation in the CEP78 gene that causes male infertility in both humans and mice. https...
10/07/2022

Researchers have identified a new mutation in the CEP78 gene that causes male infertility in both humans and mice. https://scim.ag/7n

Researchers have analyzed flu infections in ferrets, mice, and humans to find the differences and commonalities in trans...
10/06/2022

Researchers have analyzed flu infections in ferrets, mice, and humans to find the differences and commonalities in transcriptomic responses across all three groups.

The study could provide insights that help in the fight against the virus. https://scim.ag/6B

Peptide nucleic acid gene editors may be used to correct a common mutation in the gene implicated in , according to a ne...
10/06/2022

Peptide nucleic acid gene editors may be used to correct a common mutation in the gene implicated in , according to a new study in mice. https://scim.ag/6h

Researchers have proposed a sustainable lithium recovery strategy for spent batteries, called the “roll-to-roll” method ...
10/05/2022

Researchers have proposed a sustainable lithium recovery strategy for spent batteries, called the “roll-to-roll” method of lithium recycling.

Learn more in this week’s issue of Science Advances: https://scim.ag/5P

Researchers present an improved understanding of air pollution’s impacts on mortality through a cohort study of 7.1 mill...
10/04/2022

Researchers present an improved understanding of air pollution’s impacts on mortality through a cohort study of 7.1 million adults in low exposure environments.

The results indicate previous underestimation of air pollution-related deaths and further support the need for annual concentration guidelines. https://scim.ag/5a

In a new study, seven Caribbean coral species were exposed to white plague disease and monitored for lesion progression....
10/03/2022

In a new study, seven Caribbean coral species were exposed to white plague disease and monitored for lesion progression. The results showed that the corals’ gene profiles determined their disease resistance. https://scim.ag/4f

Hidden bonding among communities on pages may explain why early best-science guidance on  was lost on the platf...
10/03/2022

Hidden bonding among communities on pages may explain why early best-science guidance on was lost on the platform. https://scim.ag/3K

A new study finds that sulfur dioxide reacts with grimy building surfaces to generate polluting sulfur compounds, which ...
10/02/2022

A new study finds that sulfur dioxide reacts with grimy building surfaces to generate polluting sulfur compounds, which may play an important role in the air quality of densely populated urban environments. https://scim.ag/3i

A study of plant taxa over 16,000 years shows that  ecosystems took thousands of years to reach equilibrium after the  h...
10/01/2022

A study of plant taxa over 16,000 years shows that ecosystems took thousands of years to reach equilibrium after the had warmed up. https://scim.ag/36

Twitter users rarely share information across partisan lines, but add negative commentary if they do, a new study reveal...
09/30/2022

Twitter users rarely share information across partisan lines, but add negative commentary if they do, a new study reveals. https://scim.ag/2C

Glass samples from the Moon help reconstruct the history of lunar meteorite impacts, according to a new study. https://s...
09/29/2022

Glass samples from the Moon help reconstruct the history of lunar meteorite impacts, according to a new study. https://scim.ag/1t

Researchers present iCLIP, a 3D printing method that utilizes high-viscosity resins to print at a rate up to 10 times fa...
09/28/2022

Researchers present iCLIP, a 3D printing method that utilizes high-viscosity resins to print at a rate up to 10 times faster than current approaches.

Learn more in this week’s issue of Science Advances: https://scim.ag/18

The original location of emitted aerosols and other short-lived pollutants can substantially shape their subsequent impa...
09/27/2022

The original location of emitted aerosols and other short-lived pollutants can substantially shape their subsequent impacts on climate, human welfare, and economic growth, a new study shows. https://fcld.ly/81lze7e

A microneedle-based biosensing patch allows for real-time measurements of total drug exposure. This data could play a cr...
09/26/2022

A microneedle-based biosensing patch allows for real-time measurements of total drug exposure.

This data could play a crucial role in monitoring treatments with a narrow range of efficacy. https://fcld.ly/lkbn4cq

A link between certain antibodies and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome could help improve diagnostics ...
09/26/2022

A link between certain antibodies and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome could help improve diagnostics for the condition, according to a new study. https://fcld.ly/wt8vlp5

New geophysical analysis of offshore New Zealand shows that the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary—a key factor in plate...
09/25/2022

New geophysical analysis of offshore New Zealand shows that the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary—a key factor in plate tectonics—is not a single channel but a complex, multilayered zone. https://fcld.ly/79sqedr

Rice farming came to the Japanese archipelago in the first millennium B.C., but a new study shows that its rate of dispe...
09/24/2022

Rice farming came to the Japanese archipelago in the first millennium B.C., but a new study shows that its rate of dispersal through the islands varied substantially. https://fcld.ly/m8vqrdu

A new study finds some corals have an alternative means to produce the amino acid cysteine, implying they rely less on t...
09/23/2022

A new study finds some corals have an alternative means to produce the amino acid cysteine, implying they rely less on their symbiotic relationship with algae than previously thought. https://fcld.ly/mgnoc6u

When modeling complex systems, the available data is often low in comparison to the parameters being estimated. Analysis...
09/22/2022

When modeling complex systems, the available data is often low in comparison to the parameters being estimated.

Analysis of how model output reacts to changing parameters reveals that certain parameter combinations influence output more strongly than others. https://fcld.ly/zn494li

A new study offers a detailed look at turbidity current and sediment plumes produced by a deep-sea mining vehicle. https...
09/22/2022

A new study offers a detailed look at turbidity current and sediment plumes produced by a deep-sea mining vehicle. https://fcld.ly/f3b3cgw

An experimental study investigates the dynamics of sediment plumes released by deep-sea mining vehicles. Learn more in t...
09/21/2022

An experimental study investigates the dynamics of sediment plumes released by deep-sea mining vehicles.

Learn more in this week’s issue of Science Advances: https://fcld.ly/rqa8v6p

The 18.61-year lunar “wobble” cycle has a strong influence on the Australian mangrove ecosystem, with implications for t...
09/20/2022

The 18.61-year lunar “wobble” cycle has a strong influence on the Australian mangrove ecosystem, with implications for the rate of atmospheric carbon storage over decadal scales. https://fcld.ly/qqyfnmj

Magnetically operated miniature soft robots that alter their size and shape can navigate constrained environments. New r...
09/19/2022

Magnetically operated miniature soft robots that alter their size and shape can navigate constrained environments. New research may advance the use of medical wireless robots in confined regions of the body. https://fcld.ly/tqpyzzb

Geochemistry researchers estimate the Mariana forearc stores 0.05 to 0.39 megatons of solid organic carbon annually. The...
09/18/2022

Geochemistry researchers estimate the Mariana forearc stores 0.05 to 0.39 megatons of solid organic carbon annually. The findings suggest the area is an organic carbon reservoir. https://fcld.ly/ixpfg35

A new study that reconstructs nighttime light pollution shows an increase in artificial blue light across much of Europe...
09/17/2022

A new study that reconstructs nighttime light pollution shows an increase in artificial blue light across much of Europe, which may have implications for human health and the environment. https://fcld.ly/lflpapb

The evolution of today’s primates may have been a result of ancestral species adopting a more carnivorous diet by ambush...
09/16/2022

The evolution of today’s primates may have been a result of ancestral species adopting a more carnivorous diet by ambushing prey in trees, according to a new study. https://fcld.ly/uqqb5gm

Inhibition of Chk2, a factor in DNA damage response, protects against neurological diseases and aids spinal cord injury ...
09/15/2022

Inhibition of Chk2, a factor in DNA damage response, protects against neurological diseases and aids spinal cord injury recovery.

A new study indicates a drug in clinical trials, Prexasertib, may be repurposed to treat spinal cord injury. https://fcld.ly/eos5lec

Preliminary testing suggests that a platform designed to be applied on the surface of the heart to detect and correct ca...
09/15/2022

Preliminary testing suggests that a platform designed to be applied on the surface of the heart to detect and correct cardiac arrhythmias could be a less bulky alternative to complex electronic devices such as portable pacemakers. https://fcld.ly/g4u0209

Researchers have identified a single nucleotide substitution in a gene that causes reduced flower coloration in a self-p...
09/14/2022

Researchers have identified a single nucleotide substitution in a gene that causes reduced flower coloration in a self-pollinated monkeyflower species.

Learn more in this week’s issue of Science Advances: https://fcld.ly/pytugwx

New findings show instruments onboard Martian  may have a limited ability to detect biomolecules along the Red Planet’s ...
09/13/2022

New findings show instruments onboard Martian may have a limited ability to detect biomolecules along the Red Planet’s surface, holding implications for the current Perseverance mission and the future Rosalind Franklin mission. https://fcld.ly/js7vjn3

Researchers have developed a nanovaccine that protects immunocompromised patients and could help mitigate threats posed ...
09/13/2022

Researchers have developed a nanovaccine that protects immunocompromised patients and could help mitigate threats posed by antibiotic-resistant superbugs. https://fcld.ly/ad34fvy

An unusual combination of electrical and chemical corrosion has turned the historic Alhambra’s decorative gold leaf into...
09/11/2022

An unusual combination of electrical and chemical corrosion has turned the historic Alhambra’s decorative gold leaf into nanospheres that show purple. https://fcld.ly/wvpiswq

Researchers have found that polarization vision in crabs and cuttlefish helps lessen visual noise caused by light refrac...
09/10/2022

Researchers have found that polarization vision in crabs and cuttlefish helps lessen visual noise caused by light refracting from the water surfaces in shallow water environments. https://fcld.ly/7qypidr

People in Montana may enjoy fewer trout fishing opportunities due to climate-driven declines in diverse river systems, w...
09/09/2022

People in Montana may enjoy fewer trout fishing opportunities due to climate-driven declines in diverse river systems, which could lead to a loss of $192 million per year in tourism. https://fcld.ly/ggonnhv

Previously unknown conservation of developmental protein-protein interactions in fruit flies could serve as a resource f...
09/08/2022

Previously unknown conservation of developmental protein-protein interactions in fruit flies could serve as a resource for analysis of how evolution has diversified gene regulation in multicellular organisms. https://fcld.ly/usi450r

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A recently published in Science Advances explains the unique capability of to send over long distances. ⚡

The multidisciplinary team of authors includes scientists from Yale University and ICTP senior postdoctoral fellow Uriel N. Morzan ➡️ https://www.ictp.it/about-ictp/media-centre/news/2022/7/understanding-electrical-conductivity-in-bacterial-nanowires.aspx

Image description: Bacteria producing nanowires made up of cytochrome OmcS. Credit: Ella Maru Studio.
New in Science Advances: Scientists have developed a wearable, octopus-inspired glove that detects objects in real time to grip them better underwater. https://fcld.ly/8xfldux
New in Science Advances: Scientists have developed a wearable, octopus-inspired glove that detects objects in real time to grip them better underwater. https://fcld.ly/8xfldux
A large new survey in Science Advances finds 42% of respondents with regular menstrual cycles experienced heavier bleeding after their vaccination. https://fcld.ly/4jfjr0q
A large new survey in Science Advances finds 42% of respondents with regular menstrual cycles experienced heavier bleeding after their vaccination. https://fcld.ly/4jfjr0q
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A new research shows that “crop yields could increase by about 25% in China and up to 10% in other parts of the world", if of a “common air ” decreased by about half. 📉

Thus, the Stanford University-led study shows that less leads to higher crop yields, according to “Sonnenseite” by Franz Alt - SONNENSEITE.COM - even if usually, “increasing agricultural productivity depends on adding something, such as fertilizer or water.” 💦

Published in Science Advances, “Globally ubiquitous negative effects of on crop growth” by David B. Lobell, Stefania Di Tommaso and Jennifer A. Burney “reveals that removing one thing in particular – a common air pollutant – could lead to dramatic gains in ”.
For the 1️⃣st time, satellite images now show how , “gases found in car exhaust and industrial emissions”, affect crop productivity. 📈📊

As Sonnenseite wrote, the analysis’ “findings have important implications for increasing agricultural output and analyzing mitigation costs and benefits around the world”. The results "opened up the chance to rapidly improve our knowledge of how these gases affect in different regions,” said study lead author David Lobell, the Gloria and Richard Kushel Director of Stanford’s Center on Food Security and the Environment. 🌾

You could read the report at https://www.sonnenseite.com/en/uncategorized/less-air-pollution-leads-to-higher-crop-yields-stanford-led-study-shows or watch The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment’s “Clean air for crops: Stanford researchers find air pollution reduces yields of key crops” https://youtu.be/m3ZZwLybgYo. 🎥

Find the original article here: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.abm9909 🔬


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Stone tool-making practiced by early humans may not have required cultural transmission of knowledge, according to a new Science Advances study. https://fcld.ly/bq7duwj
Stone tool-making practiced by early humans may not have required cultural transmission of knowledge, according to a new Science Advances study. https://fcld.ly/bq7duwj
New in Science Advances: Bacterial aggregates in corals may help them sequester and potentially cycle phosphate, facilitating efficient photosynthesis and optimizing coral growth during the daytime. https://fcld.ly/yk4b0c7
New in Science Advances: Bacterial aggregates in corals may help them sequester and potentially cycle phosphate, facilitating efficient photosynthesis and optimizing coral growth during the daytime. https://fcld.ly/yk4b0c7
Tiny Brazilian frogs’ inner ear canals are too small to help them balance well, finds a new study in Science Advances, explaining why they are clumsy jumpers.

Learn more: https://fcld.ly/w99r2yy
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Inbal Ravreby oo ah ardayad heerka 1aad ee waxbarasha dhameeyay kana shaqeeya xarunta shaybaarka ee professor Noam Sobel's oo dhextala qaybta culuumta maskaxda ee Weizmann ayaa soo bandhigay in aadanuhu ay ku tiirsanyihiin dareenkooda urta (Sense of smell) marka ay timaado go'aan qaadashada in qof aad u aragto saaxiib ama cadaw

Si aragtideeda loo tijaabiyana, Ravreby waxay soo gudbisay (si aan dhamaystirnayn) saaxiibo aad isugu dhaw misana isku jinsi ah sida laba gabdhood ama laba wiil, kuwaasi oo si fudud oo dhaqso ah isku bartay ka hor inta aysan si fiican isu dhexgelin, in ay suuragal tahay in ay sidaasi wax u dhacaan in ay ku lug leedahaya dabeecadahooda fiisiyoolojiyeed (Physiological characteristics) sida urta jirka.

Ravreby waxay soo uruurisay samples ay kasoo qaaday urta jirka dad saaxiibo ah waxayna marisay laba tajrubo si looga sooco sample kale oo si caashuwaa'i ah ay uga soo uruurisay dad aan saaxiibo ahayn.

Dadka saaxiibada ah waxaa la ogaaday in ay urta jirkooda isku mid tahay marka loo fiiriyo dadkii kale ee sida caashuwaa'iga ah xogta looga soo uruuriyay.

Dareenka urta waxaa uu door muhiim ah ka cayaaraa is dhexgalka bulsho ee xayawaanada naaslayda aha, balse ma jirto wax cilmibaaris ah oo xoogga lagu saaray aadanaha iyo urta jirkooda.

Professor Noam Sobel's wuxuu yiri "tani macnaheedu maaha inaan nahay sida xayawaanada kale, oo dadku waxay ku tiirsanyihiin wax intaa ka lixaad wayn oo ay isku fahmaan, natiijada cilmibaaristeena waxay soo jeedinaysaa in sankeenu uu door ka wayn oo ka badan intii la filaayay ka qaato sida aan u doorano saaxiibadeen".

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Coyote populations in southwestern Louisiana that historically mated with red wolves carry diverse “ghost alleles” that could help bring the wolves back from the brink of extinction, finds a new study in Science Advances. https://fcld.ly/aeh9mcp
Coyote populations in southwestern Louisiana that historically mated with red wolves carry diverse “ghost alleles” that could help bring the wolves back from the brink of extinction, finds a new study in Science Advances. https://fcld.ly/aeh9mcp
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