Isabel Rangel Barón: Grassland plants show surprising appetite for carbon dioxide

Grassland plants show surprising appetite for carbon dioxideGrassland plants show surprising appetite for carbon dioxide, Published online: 19 April 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-04869-9Results from a long-running field experiment suggest that a major group of plants could thrive as the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases. View Source

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Isabel Rangel Barón: Cutting-edge microscope spies on living cells inside the body

Cutting-edge microscope spies on living cells inside the body Cutting-edge microscope spies on living cells inside the body , Published online: 19 April 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-04760-7Imaging technique captures 3D video of cells at work in unprecedented detail. View Source

Isabel Rangel Barón: Vertically migrating swimmers generate aggregation-scale eddies in a stratified column

Vertically migrating swimmers generate aggregation-scale eddies in a stratified columnVertically migrating swimmers generate aggregation-scale eddies in a stratified column, Published online: 18 April 2018; doi:10.1038/s41586-018-0044-zLaboratory experiments with the brine shrimp Artemia salina illustrate the potential for turbulence generated by the diurnal vertical migrations of aggregations of centimetre-scale zooplankton to affect the physical and biogeochemical structure … Continue reading Isabel Rangel Barón: Vertically migrating swimmers generate aggregation-scale eddies in a stratified column

Isabel Rangel Barón: Talking sense on climate change, the biology of behaviour and a prehistoric shark with a twist: New in paperback

Talking sense on climate change, the biology of behaviour and a prehistoric shark with a twist: New in paperbackTalking sense on climate change, the biology of behaviour and a prehistoric shark with a twist: New in paperback, Published online: 18 April 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-04586-3Mary Craig rounds up the highlights of this season’s releases. View Source

Isabel Rangel Barón: African scientists call for more control of their continent’s genomic data

African scientists call for more control of their continent’s genomic dataAfrican scientists call for more control of their continent’s genomic data, Published online: 18 April 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-04685-1Voluntary guidelines aim to combat ‘helicopter’ science and ensure that studies benefit African citizens and scientists. View Source