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  • doi:10.1038/d41586-018-02047-5

    Crystals have been made that undergo reactions when compressed. Computational simulations of these processes provide much-needed atomic-level insight into the mechanisms of mechanically induced reactions.' );return false" > Molecules pressured to react
  • doi:10.1038/d41586-018-02202-y

    Root systems offer insight into better soils' );return false" > Root systems offer insight into better soils
  • doi:10.1038/d41586-018-02162-3

    50 & 100 years ago' );return false" > 50 & 100 years ago
  • doi:10.1038/nature25770

    Adolescence is a distinctive developmental period involving rapid growth, learning and neurobiological changes, with the potential for both positive and negative outcomes. This Perspective summarizes our current understanding of developmental processes that occur during adolescence, as well as the learning needed to develop the skills and self-regulatory capacity necessary for becoming independent and integrating into adult society. A more nuanced understanding of the distinctive features of adolescence, especially the enhanced social learning and exploration, may inform policy and interventions seeking to maximize windows of opportunity for shaping the future trajectories of the health, wellbeing and economic success of adolescents.' );return false" > Importance of investing in adolescence from a developmental science perspective
  • doi:10.1038/d41586-018-02346-x

    Artificial fibre inspired by polar-bear hair confers superior insulation.' );return false" > A thermal-invisibility cloak spun from silk and ice
  • doi:10.1038/d41586-018-02108-9

    The publishing system builds in resistance to replication. Paul Gertler, Sebastian Galiani and Mauricio Romero surveyed economics journals to find out how to fix it.' );return false" > How to make replication the norm
  • doi:10.1038/nature25783

    Analyses of a global dataset of plant root traits identify an ancestral conservative strategy based on thick roots and mycorrhizal symbiosis, and an evolutionarily more-recent opportunistic strategy of thin roots that efficiently use photosynthetic carbon for soil exploration.' );return false" > Evolutionary history resolves global organization of root functional traits
  • doi:10.1038/d41586-018-02153-4

    Creative differences.' );return false" > A rossum’s best friend
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