Volume 115, Issue 15: View articles in the latest issue of PNAS. Click here to view selections in the latest issue of PNAS. Researchers report evidence of two new sciences pdf early spread of agriculture into central Anatolia. The National Academy of Sciences 155th Annual Meeting begins Saturday, April 28.
Many events and scientific sessions will be webcast live. Recent flooding events highlight why flood-risk governance in the United States needs a major overhaul. They also suggest why the necessary refocus on shared responsibility will not be easy. Core Concept: Organoids have opened avenues into investigating numerous diseases. But how well do they mimic the real thing?
They’re rudimentary versions of their real-life counterparts, but with continued cell-culture method improvements, researchers hope to create larger and more elaborate models. The tattoos now in development carry real practical and medical import. But researchers agree that to gain widespread use the tattoos must also visually impress. Researchers estimate the risk of infectious disease transmission on board transcontinental airline flights. Researchers report early evidence of Maya animal management. Aquatic environments constrain mammals’ body size to a greater extent than terrestrial environments, according to a study.
Bridget Scanlon discusses the use of global hydrologic models for studying changes in water storage worldwide. Colleagues familiar with the subject’s work write these memoirs and as such, the series provides a biographical history of science in America. Northwestern University Earth and Planetary Sciences Department. We excel in research that has a high impact on policy and practice in the real world.