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Rewriting Resistance: Genetic Changes Increase Crops’ Biomass and Sugar Release 02.02.18Science Highlight

Putting the P in Photosynthesis of Tropical Forests

Including phosphorus (P) in predictions of photosynthesis may improve models of tropical forests where the supply of the nutrient is limited. Read More »

Superconducting Tokamaks Are Standing Tall 01.16.18Science Highlight

Superconducting Tokamaks Are Standing Tall

Plasma physicists significantly improve the vertical stability of a Korean fusion device. Read More »

Graphene Flexes Its Muscle01.16.18Science Highlight

Graphene Flexes Its Muscle

Crumpling reduces rigidity in an otherwise stiff material, making it less prone to catastrophic failure. Read More »

Exploring Past, Present, and Future Water Availability Regionally, Globally01.16.18Science Highlight

Exploring Past, Present, and Future Water Availability Regionally, Globally

New open-source software simulates river and runoff resources. Read More »

Arctic Photosynthetic Capacity and Carbon Dioxide 01.16.18Science Highlight

Arctic Photosynthetic Capacity and Carbon Dioxide Assimilation Underestimated by Terrestrial Biosphere Models

New measurements offer data vital to projecting plant response to environmental changes. Read More »

DRIFTing to Fast, Precise Data 01.16.18Science Highlight

DRIFTing to Fast, Precise Data

Non-destructive technique identifies key variations in Alaskan soils, quickly providing insights into carbon levels. Read More »

Remotely Predicting Leaf Age in Tropical Forests01.10.18Science Highlight

Remotely Predicting Leaf Age in Tropical Forests

New approach offers data across species, sites, and canopies, providing insights into carbon uptake by forests. Read More »

What’s the Noise Eating Quantum Bits?01.06.18Science Highlight

What’s the Noise Eating Quantum Bits?

The magnetic noise caused by adsorbed oxygen molecules is “eating at” the phase stability of quantum bits, mitigating the noise is vital for future quantum computers. Read More »

Filtering Water Better than Nature01.06.18Science Highlight

Filtering Water Better than Nature

Water passes through human-made straws faster than the “gold standard” protein, allowing us to filter seawater. Read More »

Rewritable Wires Could Mean No More Obsolete Circuitry01.06.18Science Highlight

Rewritable Wires Could Mean No More Obsolete Circuitry

An electric field switches the conductivity on and off in atomic-scale channels, which could allow for upgrades at will. Read More »

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