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    • Eran Blacher
    • , Stavros Bashiardes
    • , Hagit Shapiro
    • , Daphna Rothschild
    • , Uria Mor
    • , Mally Dori-Bachash
    • , Christian Kleimeyer
    • , Claudia Moresi
    • , Yotam Harnik
    • , Maya Zur
    • , Michal Zabari
    • , Rotem Ben-Zeev Brik
    • , Denise Kviatcovsky
    • , Niv Zmora
    • , Yotam Cohen
    • , Noam Bar
    • , Izhak Levi
    • , Nira Amar
    • , Tevie Mehlman
    • , Alexander Brandis
    • , Inbal Biton
    • , Yael Kuperman
    • , Michael Tsoory
    • , Leenor Alfahel
    • , Alon Harmelin
    • , Michal Schwartz
    • , Adrian Israelson
    • , Liisa Arike
    • , Malin E. V. Johansson
    • , Gunnar C. Hansson
    • , Marc Gotkine
    • , Eran Segal
    •  & Eran Elinav
  • Letter |

    Number-state superpositions of the harmonic motion of a trapped beryllium ion are used to measure the oscillation frequency with quantum-enhanced sensitivity, achieving a mode-frequency uncertainty of about 10−6.

    • Katherine C. McCormick
    • , Jonas Keller
    • , Shaun C. Burd
    • , David J. Wineland
    • , Andrew C. Wilson
    •  & Dietrich Leibfried
  • Letter |

    A fast, high-fidelity two-qubit exchange gate between phosphorus donor electron spin qubits in silicon is demonstrated by creating a tunable exchange interaction between two electrons bound to phosphorus atom qubits.

    • Y. He
    • , S. K. Gorman
    • , D. Keith
    • , L. Kranz
    • , J. G. Keizer
    •  & M. Y. Simmons
  • Article |

    A field trial succeeded in eliminating populations of the mosquito Aedes albopictus through inundative mass release of incompatible Wolbachia-infected males, which were also irradiated to sterilize any accidentally-released females, and so prevent population replacement.

    • Xiaoying Zheng
    • , Dongjing Zhang
    • , Yongjun Li
    • , Cui Yang
    • , Yu Wu
    • , Xiao Liang
    • , Yongkang Liang
    • , Xiaoling Pan
    • , Linchao Hu
    • , Qiang Sun
    • , Xiaohua Wang
    • , Yingyang Wei
    • , Jian Zhu
    • , Wei Qian
    • , Ziqiang Yan
    • , Andrew G. Parker
    • , Jeremie R. L. Gilles
    • , Kostas Bourtzis
    • , Jérémy Bouyer
    • , Moxun Tang
    • , Bo Zheng
    • , Jianshe Yu
    • , Julian Liu
    • , Jiajia Zhuang
    • , Zhigang Hu
    • , Meichun Zhang
    • , Jun-Tao Gong
    • , Xiao-Yue Hong
    • , Zhoubing Zhang
    • , Lifeng Lin
    • , Qiyong Liu
    • , Zhiyong Hu
    • , Zhongdao Wu
    • , Luke Anthony Baton
    • , Ary A. Hoffmann
    •  & Zhiyong Xi
  • Article |

    A disease model using cardiomyocytes derived from induced pluripotent stem cells of patients with mutated LMNA-related dilated cardiomyopathy reveals that the abnormal activation of the PDGF pathway is associated with the arrhythmic phenotypes of patients.

    • Jaecheol Lee
    • , Vittavat Termglinchan
    • , Sebastian Diecke
    • , Ilanit Itzhaki
    • , Chi Keung Lam
    • , Priyanka Garg
    • , Edward Lau
    • , Matthew Greenhaw
    • , Timon Seeger
    • , Haodi Wu
    • , Joe Z. Zhang
    • , Xingqi Chen
    • , Isaac Perea Gil
    • , Mohamed Ameen
    • , Karim Sallam
    • , June-Wha Rhee
    • , Jared M. Churko
    • , Rinkal Chaudhary
    • , Tony Chour
    • , Paul J. Wang
    • , Michael P. Snyder
    • , Howard Y. Chang
    • , Ioannis Karakikes
    •  & Joseph C. Wu
  • Letter |

    By varying the vertical displacement field in a trilayer graphene and hexagonal boron nitride moiré superlattice, transitions can be observed from the superconducting phase to Mott insulator and metallic phases.

    • Guorui Chen
    • , Aaron L. Sharpe
    • , Patrick Gallagher
    • , Ilan T. Rosen
    • , Eli J. Fox
    • , Lili Jiang
    • , Bosai Lyu
    • , Hongyuan Li
    • , Kenji Watanabe
    • , Takashi Taniguchi
    • , Jeil Jung
    • , Zhiwen Shi
    • , David Goldhaber-Gordon
    • , Yuanbo Zhang
    •  & Feng Wang
  • Letter |

    The cyclic nucleotide-gated channel proteins CNGC2 and CNGC4 form a calcium channel in Arabidopsis; this channel is blocked by calmodulin in the resting state but is phosphorylated and activated upon pathogen attack, triggering an increase in cytosolic calcium levels.

    • Wang Tian
    • , Congcong Hou
    • , Zhijie Ren
    • , Chao Wang
    • , Fugeng Zhao
    • , Douglas Dahlbeck
    • , Songping Hu
    • , Liying Zhang
    • , Qi Niu
    • , Legong Li
    • , Brian J. Staskawicz
    •  & Sheng Luan

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    How Nature reported early findings from Apollo 11, and Irish attempts to farm New Zealand flax in 1919.

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    Heatwaves in the ocean can rapidly disrupt marine ecosystems and the economies that depend on them. A global analysis of these events casts light on their causes and sets the stage for revealing how they might change in the future.

    • Michael G. Jacox
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    A fresh approach to suppressing the Asian tiger mosquito, a highly invasive species that transmits disease-causing viruses, has been used to nearly eradicate these insects from two test sites in China.

    • Peter A. Armbruster
  • Perspective |

    A method of tracking changes in estimates of the remaining carbon budget over time should help to reconcile differences between these estimates and clarify their usefulness for setting emission reduction targets.

    • Joeri Rogelj
    • , Piers M. Forster
    • , Elmar Kriegler
    • , Christopher J. Smith
    •  & Roland Séférian
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    Computational models that predict the selectivity of reactions are typically accurate for only a specific reaction type and a narrow range of reaction components. A more general model has now been reported.

    • Per-Ola Norrby

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