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QnAs with Sheng Yang He QnAs

National Academy of Sciences

Sheng Yang He has spent a distinguished career studying bacterial plant pathogens and the molecular mechanisms by which they lead to disease. A

11/19/2019

Lasting coastal hazards from past greenhouse gas emissions

National Academy of Sciences

The emission of greenhouse gases into Earth’s atmosphere is a by-product of modern marvels such as the production of vast amounts of energy,

11/19/2019

Feasting yeast and the sweetness of diversity Ecology

National Academy of Sciences

The idea that a spreading species can lose genetic diversity goes back to early work by Ernst Mayr in 1942 on founder effects for introduced

11/19/2019

Nonequilibrium site distribution governs charge-transfer

National Academy of Sciences

The interface between electron-donating (D) and electron-accepting (A) materials in organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices is commonly probed by

11/19/2019

Mercury source changes and food web shifts alter contamination

National Academy of Sciences

To understand the impact reduced mercury (Hg) loading and invasive species have had on methylmercury bioaccumulation in predator fish of Lake

11/19/2019

Reduction-dependent siderophore assimilation in a model pennate diatom

National Academy of Sciences

Iron uptake by diatoms is a biochemical process with global biogeochemical implications. In large regions of the surface ocean diatoms are both

11/19/2019

Immunological ignorance is an enabling feature of the oligo-clonal T

National Academy of Sciences

The impact of intratumoral heterogeneity (ITH) and the resultant neoantigen landscape on T cell immunity are poorly understood. ITH is a widely

11/19/2019

Therapeutic targeting of tumor-associated myeloid cells synergizes

National Academy of Sciences

Tumor-associated myeloid cells (TAMCs) are key drivers of immunosuppression in the tumor microenvironment, which profoundly impedes the clinical

11/19/2019

Overexpression of zmm28 increases maize grain yield in the field Plant

National Academy of Sciences

Increasing maize grain yield has been a major focus of both plant breeding and genetic engineering to meet the global demand for food, feed, and

11/19/2019

Rare pre-Columbian settlement on the Florida Gulf Coast revealed

National Academy of Sciences

Drone-mounted, high-resolution light detection and ranging reveals the architectural details of an ancient settlement on the Gulf Coast of

11/19/2019


One Woman s Trek for the Antioquia Brushfinch

Animals

One Woman s Trek for the Antioquia Brushfinch

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 1

Animals

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 1

Potatoes Loom Large Over Rare Mexican Grassland

Natural Resources

Potatoes Loom Large Over Rare Mexican Grassland

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 2

Animals

Birds in Brief – Bird Conservation Updates Winter 2019 Pt. 2

Top Nine Bird Conservation Wins In 2019

Animals

Top Nine Bird Conservation Wins In 2019

Why Cats Belong Indoors: Q+A with Dr. John Read

Animals

Why Cats Belong Indoors: Q+A with Dr. John Read