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January 21, 2022

Support for LGBTQ+ people in later life.

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Trish Hafford-Letchfield
January 21, 2022

Ageing.

Nature
January 21, 2022

Daily briefing: 'Kungas' might be first known human-made hybrid animal.

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Flora Graham
January 21, 2022

Androgens increase excitatory neurogenic potential in human brain organoids.

Nature
Iva KelavaMadeline A Lancaster
January 21, 2022

Identification of human and mosquito receptors for alphaviruses.

Nature
Caroline K Martin, Margaret Kielian
January 21, 2022

Robots rise to meet the challenge of caring for old people.

Nature
Neil Savage
January 21, 2022

Why mutation is not as random as we thought.

Nature
Shamini Bundell, Benjamin Thompson
January 21, 2022

How the COVID-19 pandemic might age us.

Nature
Emily Sohn
January 21, 2022

How does Omicron spread so fast? A high viral load isn't the answer.

Nature
Max Kozlov
January 21, 2022

Tackling the crisis of care for older people: lessons from India and Japan.

Nature
Benjamin Plackett
January 21, 2022

Synaesthetics.

Nature
Helena O'Connor
January 21, 2022

Tiny feather wing beetle reveals new way to fly.

Nature
Adam Levy
January 21, 2022

Does the human lifespan have a limit?

Nature
Michael Eisenstein
January 21, 2022

Novel flight style and light wings boost flight performance of tiny beetles.

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Sergey E FarisenkovAlexey A Polilov
January 21, 2022

Light that never 'sees' items takes their picture.

Nature
January 21, 2022

The blood markers that could help to diagnose long COVID.

Nature
January 21, 2022

Ageing exacerbates ribosome pausing to disrupt cotranslational proteostasis.

Nature
Kevin C SteinJudith Frydman
January 21, 2022

Research round-up: Ageing.

Nature
Elizabeth Svoboda
January 21, 2022

Silicon qubits move a step closer to achieving error correction.

Nature
Ada Warren, Sophia E Economou
January 21, 2022

Quantum logic with spin qubits crossing the surface code threshold.

Nature
Xiao XueLieven M K Vandersypen

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