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Sustainable and resilient cities have adopted green infrastructure as a strategy for enhancing the lives of urban people while achieving sustainability and resilience goals. The sorts of initiatives that cities execute with long-term consequences on people and the urban environment are influenced by how green infrastructure is defined. (Photo : Photo by Jamie G on
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NATURE PODCAST 05 January 2022 Science in 2022: what to expect this year Vaccines, Moon missions, and biodiversity — we hear what science has in store for the new year. Benjamin Thompson Benjamin Thompson View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email Subscribe Subscribe iTunes Google
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CORRESPONDENCE 04 January 2022 Birth equity: US Supreme Court must support Black people Joia A. Crear-Perry 0 Joia A. Crear-Perry National Birth Equity Collaborative, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email As president of the National Birth Equity Collaborative, I agree
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Download PDF In this picture taken in September, I’m using a confocal microscope at the Pasteur Institute of Montevideo, one of the Pasteur Network’s three South American centres. My team focuses on understanding and combating infectious agents, specifically single-celled protozoan parasites belonging to a diverse group called Apicomplexa. Here, I’m looking at a colour-coded -3D
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The skeletons of two women who lived some 3,000 years ago in what is now Armenia suggest that they were involved in military battles — probably as horse-riding, arrow-shooting warriors1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year 199,00 € only 3,90
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CORRESPONDENCE 04 January 2022 COVID-19: boost mental-health resilience Lola Kola 0 Lola Kola WHO Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Mental Health, Neurosciences and Drug and Alcohol Abuse, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook Email The social and economic effects
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WORLD VIEW 03 January 2022 Molecular biologists: let’s reconnect with nature A New Year’s resolution for bench scientists is to step out of the lab to study how life really works. Edith Heard 0 Edith Heard Edith Heard is director-general of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany. View author publications You can also
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Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics and audiences, Adam McKay’s latest film, Don’t Look Up, has been Netflix’s #1 film worldwide. (Photo : Wikimedia Commons) A Climate Change Metaphor The film is a deliberate metaphor for the climate issue. Two scientists, represented by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, strive to warn an uninterested public about
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NATURE PODCAST 29 December 2021 Our podcast highlights of 2021 The Nature Podcast team select some of their favourite stories from the past 12 months. Shamini Bundell , Nick Howe , Dan Fox , Noah Baker & Benjamin Thompson Shamini Bundell View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar
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In a recent investigation, samples from Alaska show that Woolly mammoths stood in North America for centuries longer than researchers initially assumed. According to a latest analysis, the hairy beasts may have survived from what is now Canada’s Yukon about 5,000 years ago, which is about 5,000 years longer than specialists originally projected. Mammoths’ DNA
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An erupting volcano in the kingdom of Tonga could possibly produce acid rain, which may pollute drinking water and harm people’s skin and eyes, according to emergency services.  (Photo : Getty Images) Potential Acidic Rainfall in Tonga Plumes of smoke rose 18 kilometers (11 miles) into the sky from the distant Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano
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NEWS AND VIEWS 23 December 2021 Cardiovascular diseases disrupt the bone-marrow niche The production of blood cells, including some immune cells, relies heavily on the bone-marrow microenvironment. Cardiovascular diseases are now found to corrupt this niche, leading to imbalances in blood-cell production. Tomer Itkin 0 & Shahin Rafii 1 Tomer Itkin Tomer Itkin is in
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Moderna, a US immunization manufacturer, remains confident that its specially designed shot is extremely effective against with the Omicron modified version, following the release of convincing clinical findings. “We will be particularly inclined to depend upon the vaccination program to discuss the relatively close huge increase of Omicron rare situations,” Moderna Chairman, Stephen Hoge said during
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An ultraviolet-light beam directs the formation of solid mineral nanoparticles in a carefully tailored solution, sculpting ‘flowers’ and other intricate shapes1. Access options Access through your institution Change institution Buy or subscribe Subscribe to Journal Get full journal access for 1 year 199,00 € only 3,90 € per issue Subscribe Tax calculation will be finalised
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NEWS Q&A 24 December 2021 Mars mission is China’s ‘first step’ in planetary exploration Nature talks to Zhang Rongqiao, architect of the China National Space Administration’s Tianwen-1 mission, which landed the Zhurong rover on Mars. Smriti Mallapaty Smriti Mallapaty View author publications You can also search for this author in PubMed  Google Scholar Twitter Facebook
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