ISSN 0036-8733 (Print)
Publisher: Nature Publishing
Tiny Plants That Once Ruled the Seas: Why did animal life in the ocean explode with diversity about 250 million years ago? The driving force may have been the rise of phytoplankton
Martin, R.; Quigg, A.
Quantum Weirdness? It's All in Your Mind: A novel version of quantum theory sweeps aside the bizarre paradoxes of the subatomic world
von Baeyer, H.C.
Breaking the Brain Barrier: A new understanding of the blood-brain barrier as a living, mutable organ may revolutionize the treatment of cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases
Storm of the Century (Every Two Years): The entire U.S. East Coast is vulnerable to ocean surges like the one that inundated New York City during Hurricane Sandy. Protective measures will be costly and disruptive
Cracks in the Periodic Table: The discovery of element 117 filled the last remaining gap in the periodic table. Just as the table is finally being completed, it may be losing its explanatory power
Ring Cycle: Trees tell a tale of changing climate
Armor against Prejudice: Stereotypes can become self-fulfilling prophecies, hindering performance in school, work and athletics. Researchers have found new ways to reverse and prevent this effect
Edge of the Internet: The Web needs to radically change the way it handles information, says Markus Hofmann, head of Bell Labs Research