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Machine learning reveals huge potential benefits of sustainable fertilizer use

Nature, Published online: 23 February 2024; doi:10.1038/d41586-024-00431-yAgricultural fertilizers are the main global source of ammonia emissions, which harm human health and reduce farmers’ profits. An analysis using big data and machine learning reveals that locally optimized fertilizer-management and tillage practices could slash ammonia emissions...

Fri Feb 23, 2024 20:38
The first bulk ceramic that deforms like a metal at room temperature

Nature, Published online: 23 February 2024; doi:10.1038/d41586-024-00443-8An innovative high-strength ceramic consists of interlocked, nanometre-scale plates in which stacked layers of the material are twisted relative to each other. It can deform at room temperature without fracturing instantly — thereby achieving a long-standing goal for materials...

Fri Feb 23, 2024 19:50
‘All of Us’ genetics chart stirs unease over controversial depiction of race

Nature, Published online: 23 February 2024; doi:10.1038/d41586-024-00568-wDebate over figure connecting genes, race and ethnicity reignites concerns among geneticists about how to represent human diversity.

Fri Feb 23, 2024 18:41
Author Correction: Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations

Nature, Published online: 23 February 2024; doi:10.1038/s41586-024-07115-7Author Correction: Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations

Fri Feb 23, 2024 17:42
Neuralink brain chip: advance sparks safety and secrecy concerns

Nature, Published online: 23 February 2024; doi:10.1038/d41586-024-00550-6Elon Musk announced this week that his company’s brain implant has allowed a person to move a computer mouse with their mind.

Fri Feb 23, 2024 17:42
Daily briefing: Microplastics muddy the definition of the Anthropocene

Nature, Published online: 22 February 2024; doi:10.1038/d41586-024-00571-1Microplastics might not be a reliable way to define the geological epoch mooted to have begun when humans started altering the planet. Plus, ancient ‘Vittrup Man’ was a traveller from far away and how to boost your research with a policy sabbatical.

Fri Feb 23, 2024 15:53

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