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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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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]