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Science Editors' Choice



Highlights of the recent literature, from the editors of Science Magazine



Published: 2017-01-19T14:00:05-05:00

 



[Drug Discovery] Brain cancer therapy

2017-01-20

Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is a deadly brain cancer, and a major challenge to its treatment with radiation is that the approach often leads to an even more aggressive form of the – [Read More]



[Hematopoiesis] DNA methylation in hematopoietic cascade

2017-01-20

DNA methylation is well known for its role in repressing gene expression. However, analyzing patterns of this modification across the genome of pools of cells now reveals features of – [Read More]



[Disease Detection] An intelligent little sniffer

2017-01-20

From ancient medical tests to roadside sobriety tests to cancer-sniffing dogs, the analysis of compounds in a puff of breath has long been used for clinical diagnoses. When equipped – [Read More]



[Photochemistry] A different kind of chemical plant

2017-01-20

Leaves are beautifully compact photochemical reactors, especially in comparison with the glass flask and lamp combinations prevalent in chemistry laboratories. Cambié et al.[Read More]



[Sensory Biology] Blind climber

2017-01-20

It is well known that bats and toothed whales use echolocation for foraging, but the use of reflected echoes for orientation has not previously been confirmed in other mammals, though – [Read More]



[Behavior] Know who you are asking for money

2017-01-20

Tailoring your message to your audience is useful advice, not only for job-seeking seminar speakers but also for referee-seeking editors. Whillans et al. provide field evidence – [Read More]



[Ceramics] Making garnets the hard way

2017-01-20

Several techniques can alter ceramics to enhance properties such as hardness or tune optical properties for specific applications. Irifune et al. used high pressures and temperatures – [Read More]