Volume 463 Number 7279

Editorials

Climate of suspicion p.269

With climate-change sceptics waiting to pounce on any scientific uncertainties, researchers need a sophisticated strategy for communication.

doi: 10.1038/463269a

Ten years of synergy p.269

Contributions to and from basic science are the part of synthetic biology that most deserves celebration.

doi: 10.1038/463269b

Self-inflicted damage p.270

The autocratic actions of an institute's founder could destroy a centre of excellence for brain research.

doi: 10.1038/463270a

News

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News Features

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News & Views

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Membrane magic p.302

The use of magnetic fields to assemble particles into membranes provides a powerful tool for exploring the physics of self-assembly and a practical method for synthesizing functional materials.

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How cilia beat p.308

Physics provides new approaches to difficult biological problems: a plausible mathematical model of how cilia and flagella beat has been formulated, but it needs to be subjected to rigorous experimental tests.

doi: 10.1038/463308a

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