Volume 546 Number 7658

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Wireless power on the move p.354

Most state-of-the-art methods of wireless energy delivery are inherently limited to static devices. An approach based on fundamental physics could overcome this limitation, opening up a wealth of applications. See Letter p.387

doi: 10.1038/546354a

Molecular mapping of Zika spread p.355

Evolutionary trees constructed using both newly sequenced and previously available Zika virus genomes reveal how the recent outbreak arose in Brazil and spread across the Americas. See Letters p.401, p.406 & p.411

doi: 10.1038/nature22495

Division enzyme regulates metabolism p.357

Cell division requires the action of key regulator proteins called cyclins and CDKs. It emerges that a cyclin–CDK complex can regulate cell metabolism, and targeting this metabolic regulation causes tumour regression in mice. See Letter p.426

doi: 10.1038/nature22504

How to suck like an octopus p.358

Rubber sheets that reversibly bind and release substrates have been made by copying a subtlety in the shape of octopus suckers. The findings reveal how macro-scale biological structures can influence function. See Letter p.396

doi: 10.1038/546358a

A decade of shared genomic associations p.360

A paper that analysed genetic variants in 14,000 people to identify disease-associated regions set the standard for collaborative genome-wide association studies and provided methodological advances whose effects are still felt today.

doi: 10.1038/546360a

Local metabolites linked to memory p.361

Production of the metabolite acetyl-CoA near specific regions of DNA modulates gene expression in mouse neurons during cellular differentiation and memory formation. See Article p.381

doi: 10.1038/nature22498

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Zika virus evolution and spread in the Americas p.411

One hundred and ten Zika virus genomes from ten countries and territories involved in the Zika virus epidemic reveal rapid expansion of the epidemic within Brazil and multiple introductions to other regions.

doi: 10.1038/nature22402