Nature Communications

Human head shape genetics uncovered in new study

GWAS reveals the intricate genetic basis of the human cranial vault shape.

Uncovering the brain network links to drug addiction

This study offers new information that helps explain what may be causing this difference.

A speech prosthetic translates a person’s brain signals into speech

Brain implant that may enable communication from thoughts alone.

Nijmegen’s new method uncovers hidden genetic variations

Paralogous regions in 41,755 exomes analyzed for clinically relevant variations.

How does 2D quantum superfluid feel to touch?

Nobody has been able to answer this question during the 100-year history of quantum physics.

Using radio waves to remotely monitor nuclear weapons stockpiles

Researchers proposed a new method for monitoring nuclear disarmament treaties.

Nanowire ‘brain’ network learns and remembers ‘on the fly’

Critical step passed for developing agile, low-energy machine intelligence.

New study unveils Ebola virus cell infection mechanism

CCZ1 revealed as essential lysosomal regulator in virus infections.

SARS-CoV-2 moves within neurons to infect the brain

Separate effects: SARS-CoV-2, neuroinvasion, and anosmia.

The importance of the Earth’s upper atmosphere in developing large geomagnetic storms

This research may help predict the storms that will have the greatest consequences.

After 373 years, the mystery behind the volcanic tsunami resolved

GEOMAR scientists reconstructed historic volcanic eruption using 3D seismics.

Smart and advanced materials for future generations of soft medical microrobots

Plant-based materials give life to tiny soft robots that can potentially conduct medical procedures.

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