Simple messages to parents that help make children's school life salient have been shown to improve educational outcomes in high and middle-income countries. Could they also work in the much poorer settings of rural Sub-Saharan Africa? A recent study documents that they might - although not for all.
Ensembles of regional ocean model simulations show the generation of intrinsic variability to be tied to the annual cycle and the activation of tides. This sensitivity can be attributed to"memory"- the central element in the Stochastic Climate Model of Klaus Hasselmann.
Magnetosomes, the magnetic organelles of magnetotactic bacteria, represent a promising nanomaterial for biomedical applications. To harness their potential, we tested various foreign bacterial hosts for magnetosome biosynthesis and constructed a collection of novel magnetosome-producing strains.
Sustainably developing global blue carbon for climate change mitigation and economic benefits through international cooperation
we constructed a blue carbon development index (BCDI) to assess the sustainable development level of 136 coastal countries’ blue carbon over 24 consecutive years and propose a cooperation model to explore the feasibility of global blue carbon cooperation.
Multi-omics-related tool for patient stratification and prediction of clinical outcome in epigenetically-based CTLA-4 therapy
Omicron variant neutralizing antibodies following BNT162b2 BA.4/5 versus mRNA-1273 BA.1 bivalent vaccination in patients with end-stage kidney disease