Volume 463 Number 7281

Editorials

Time for the epigenome p.587

The complexity of genetic regulation is one of the great wonders of nature, but it represents a daunting challenge to unravel. The International Human Epigenome Consortium is an appropriate response.

doi: 10.1038/463587a

Stand and deliver p.587

Science has done well in the proposed US budget. Researchers need to justify the funding boost.

doi: 10.1038/463587b

Back to books p.588

Researchers should be recognized for writing books to convey and develop science.

doi: 10.1038/463588a

News

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News Features

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News & Views

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Nanothermal trumpets p.619

The thermal process known as Joule heating, which often plagues electronic devices, has been turned to good use: making devices that can produce sound as well as reproduce music and speech.

doi: 10.1038/463619a

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