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The Vatican published today Pope Francis' Encyclical titled Laudato Si’, in which he calls on world leaders to address climate change. More crucially, he cites climate change as a major cause of growing inequality between North and South hemispheres and between developed and developing world. http://buff.ly/1d4xd7R

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Jennifer A. Doudna, of the University of California, Berkeley, was interviewed in the radio programRadiolab about CRISPR-Cas, a protein that can be used as a genome-editing tool. She discusses how she came upon this insight as well as its implications.
Read her articles in the Annual Review of Biochemistry and theAnnual Review of Biophysics. http://buff.ly/1cOyrnA
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The 2015 Annual Review of Biochemistry is now available. For articles about nuclear organization, assembly of eukaryotic ribosomes in vivo, lamins, DNA triplet repeat expansion and mismatch repair, nuclear ADP-ribosylation, protein semisynthesis strategy and generation of modified chromatin, alternative pre-mRNA splicing, and much more, browse the table of contents here: http://buff.ly/1f18iDB
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The 2015 Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences is now available. For articles about the monsoon and climate change, conservation paleobiology, jadeitites and plate tectonics, the macroevolution of planktic foraminifera, the continental lower crust, the pyrogenic carbon cycle, paleosols, arc processes and the continental crust, magma frangmentation, and much more, browse the table of contents here: http://buff.ly/1JnzMyi
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Derek van der Kooy, of the University of Toronto, and a group of researchers were able to transplant stem cells using “an injectable and bioresorbable hydrogel.” In doing so, they were able to help a brain recover from stroke and repair a retina into partial sight.
Read his article in the Annual Review of Psychology (free): http://buff.ly/1PJaz1B
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Eugene V. Koonin, of the National Institutes of Health, was interviewed in the radio program Radiolab about CRISPR-Cas, a protein that can be used as a genome-editing tool. Dr. Koonin discovered the function of this protein. Jennifer A. Doudna, of the University of California, Berkeley, later harnessed CRISPR for “genome surgery,” a promising new technique that could help treat genetic disorders.

Read his articles in the Annual Review of Genetics, the Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, theAnnual Review of Microbiology, and the Annual Review of Phytopathology: http://buff.ly/1dBgxFt
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The 2015 Annual Review of Biochemistry includes two free autobiographical articles.
The first one is by Charles C. Richardson, of Harvard Medical School: http://buff.ly/1f18kLD
The second one is by Stephen C. Harrison, also of Harvard Medical School: http://buff.ly/1f18mTR
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For free access to a conversation between James J. Morgan and Dianne K. Newman, both of the California Institute of Technology, click here: http://buff.ly/1Fs3hu1
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Dacher Keltner, of the University of California, Berkeley, and Paul K. Piff, of the University of California, Irvine, co-signed a column in the New York Times presenting research that shows the feeling of awe helps individuals create bonds, care for the group, and collaborate more.
Read their article in the 2014 Annual Review of Psychology (free): http://buff.ly/1GDXRAA
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Jack A. Gilbert, of the Argonne National Laboratory, and a team of scientists found that shoes and phones retain the microbial communities of their owners. They also quickly pick up the microbes of the environments in which they find themselves. This suggests that this type of data could be used in forensics to identify a person’s movements.
Read Dr. Gilbert’s article about microbial metagenomics in the 2011 Annual Review of Marine Science (free): http://buff.ly/1bUOQ9j
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