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Contents | Science 377, 6602
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COVER The spore-producing mushroom of Armillaria montagnei feeds on a tree in Chile. Researchers know little about the global diversity and distribution of soil fungi. To help fill that gap, a new nonprofit is funding a global network of subterranean sleuths. See page 142.

Photo: Mateo Barrenengoa L.

Science

  • Volume 377|
  • Issue 6602|
  • 8 Jul 2022

COVER The spore-producing mushroom of Armillaria montagnei feeds on a tree in Chile. Researchers know little about the global diversity and distribution of soil fungi. To help fill that gap, a new nonprofit is funding a global network of subterranean sleuths. See page 142.

Photo: Mateo Barrenengoa L.

Editorial

    BY
    • H. Holden Thorp
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News

In Brief
  • : 134-135
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In Depth
    BY
    • Katie Langin
  • : 136-137
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For some, the ruling limits professional mobility and conference attendance
    BY
    • Mitch Leslie
  • : 137
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To spread, pathogens drive mice, people to make odorant
    BY
    • Robert F. Service
  • : 138-139
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In lab studies, SARS-CoV-2 finds ways to evade key drug. Some of the viral mutations are already found in people
    BY
    • Elizabeth Pennisi
  • : 139-140
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More than nutrient levels may drive toxic lake growths
    BY
    • Dennis Normile
  • : 141
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Thousands could see their jobs axed in the wake of labor law adopted a decade ago
Feature
    BY
    • Gabriel Popkin
  • : 142-147
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A new nonprofit has launched an ambitious effort to raise the profile of often invisible soil fungi
    BY
    • Gabriel Popkin
  • : 147
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Insights

Perspectives
    BY
    • Michael V. Sefton
    • Craig A. Simmons
  • : 148-150
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Scalable biofabrication of heart helical tissue pattern augments pumping function
    BY
    • Graeme Blair
    • Nirvikar Jassal
  • : 150-151
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A police reform experiment in India shows mixed results
    BY
    • Geoffrey M. Geise
  • : 152
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Analysis of transport processes in swollen polymer networks bridges two classical models
    BY
    • Matthew J. Webber
  • : 153-154
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Molecular self-assembly yields soft materials arising from the liquid state when diluted
    BY
    • Tetsuto Miyashita
  • : 154-155
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Cellular details of gill arches in Cambrian fossils reignite a centuries-old debate
    BY
    • Rohini Kuner
    • Thomas Kuner
  • : 155-156
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A circuit for sound-induced analgesia has been found in the mouse brain
Policy Forum
    BY
    • Rob Williams
    • Christine Erbe
    • Alec Duncan
    • Kimberly Nielsen
    • Travis Washburn
    • Craig Smith
  • : 157-158
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Potential harm is understudied and largely overlooked
Books et al.
    BY
    • Matt Shindell
  • : 160
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Robots are better equipped for space exploration than humans, argue a pair of authors
    BY
    • Asifa Majid
  • : 161
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Social context plays an important role in shaping how we feel
Letters
    BY
    • Linda Laikre
    • Fred W. Allendorf
    • Jouni Aspi
    • Carlos Carroll
    • Love Dalén
    • Richard Fredrickson
    • Christina Hansen Wheat
    • Philip Hedrick
    • Kerstin Johannesson
    • Marty Kardos
    • Rolf O. Peterson
    • Mike Phillips
    • Nils Ryman
    • Jannikke Räikkönen
    • Carles Vilà
    • Christopher W. Wheat
    • Cristiano Vernesi
    • John A. Vucetich
  • : 162
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    BY
    • Sarfaraz K. Niazi
  • : 162-163
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    BY
    • Linda Graham
  • : 163
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Research

Research Highlights
    BY
    • SGO
    • Leslie K. Ferrarelli
    • Jake Yeston
    • Marc S. Lavine
    • Valda Vinson
    • Andrew M. Sugden
    • Phil Szuromi
    • Brent Grocholski
    • Seth Thomas Scanlon
    • Peter Stern
    • Sacha Vignieri
    • Jelena Stajic
    • Caitlin Czajka
    • Wei Wong
    • Hannah M. Isles
  • : 166-168
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Highlights from the Science family of journals
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    • Pamela J. Hines
    • Valda Vinson
    • Di Jiang
    • Ian S. Osborne
    • Brad Wible
    • Stella M. Hurtley
    • Brent Grocholski
  • : 167-168
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Editors’ selections from the current scientific literature
Research Articles
    BY
    • Piotr Konieczny
    • Yue Xing
    • Ikjot Sidhu
    • Ipsita Subudhi
    • Kody P. Mansfield
    • Brandon Hsieh
    • Douglas E. Biancur
    • Samantha B. Larsen
    • Michael Cammer
    • Dongqing Li
    • Ning Xu Landén
    • Cynthia Loomis
    • Adriana Heguy
    • Anastasia N. Tikhonova
    • Aristotelis Tsirigos
    • Shruti Naik
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Interleukin-17A–induced hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha drives epithelial migration and glycolytic adaptation to hypoxia during tissue repair.
    BY
    • Sahil Loomba
    • Jakob Straehle
    • Vijayan Gangadharan
    • Natalie Heike
    • Abdelrahman Khalifa
    • Alessandro Motta
    • Niansheng Ju
    • Meike Sievers
    • Jens Gempt
    • Hanno S. Meyer
    • Moritz Helmstaedter
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Three-dimensional electron microscopy of mouse, macaque, and human brain samples elucidates cell type composition and synaptic circuit architecture.
    BY
    • Simon Rohrbach
    • Mindaugas Šiaučiulis
    • Greig Chisholm
    • Petrisor-Alin Pirvan
    • Michael Saleeb
    • S. Hessam M. Mehr
    • Ekaterina Trushina
    • Artem I. Leonov
    • Graham Keenan
    • Aamir Khan
    • Alexander Hammer
    • Leroy Cronin
  • : 172-180
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Published methods for over 100 common organic reactions were adapted into formats executable on automated synthesis machines.
    BY
    • Huibin Chang
    • Qihan Liu
    • John F. Zimmerman
    • Keel Yong Lee
    • Qianru Jin
    • Michael M. Peters
    • Michael Rosnach
    • Suji Choi
    • Sean L. Kim
    • Herdeline Ann M. Ardoña
    • Luke A. MacQueen
    • Christophe O. Chantre
    • Sarah E. Motta
    • Elizabeth M. Cordoves
    • Kevin Kit Parker
  • : 180-185
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Focused rotary jet spinning enables the fabrication of 3D helically aligned biohybrid models with single-micrometer resolution.
    BY
    • Varun H. Hegde
    • Michael F. Doherty
    • Todd M. Squires
  • : 186-191
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A fluid-solid model for flow in polymer membranes expands upon and captures the predictions of earlier models.
    BY
    • Sandip Sukhtankar
    • Gabriele Kruks-Wisner
    • Akshay Mangla
  • : 191-198
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Police officers in stations with dedicated women’s help desks are more likely to register cases of gender-based violence.
    BY
    • Wenjie Zhou
    • Chonghuan Ye
    • Haitao Wang
    • Yu Mao
    • Weijia Zhang
    • An Liu
    • Chen-Ling Yang
    • Tianming Li
    • Lauren Hayashi
    • Wan Zhao
    • Lin Chen
    • Yuanyuan Liu
    • Wenjuan Tao
    • Zhi Zhang
  • : 198-204
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Sound with low signal to ambient noise ratio relieves pain by reducing auditory cortical inputs to somatosensory thalamus.
Reviews
    BY
    • Philip W. Phillips
    • Nigel E. Hussey
    • Peter Abbamonte
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A review looks at the experimental and theoretical progress toward understanding the strange metal phase.
Reports
    BY
    • Kang Cheng
    • Luc C. J. Smulders
    • Lars I. van der Wal
    • Jogchum Oenema
    • Johannes D. Meeldijk
    • Nienke L. Visser
    • Glenn Sunley
    • Tegan Roberts
    • Zhuoran Xu
    • Eric Doskocil
    • Hideto Yoshida
    • Yanping Zheng
    • Jovana Zečević
    • Petra E. de Jongh
    • Krijn P. de Jong
  • : 204-208
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Isomer selectivity in alkane hydroconversion improves when platinum clusters are located on rather than in zeolites.
    BY
    • Binbin Jiang
    • Wu Wang
    • Shixuan Liu
    • Yan Wang
    • Chaofan Wang
    • Yani Chen
    • Lin Xie
    • Mingyuan Huang
    • Jiaqing He
  • : 208-213
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A high-entropy material is an outstanding thermoelectric with a combination of delocalized electrons and localized phonons.
    BY
    • Lu Su
    • Jesús Mosquera
    • Mathijs F. J. Mabesoone
    • Sandra M. C. Schoenmakers
    • Cyprien Muller
    • Marle E. J. Vleugels
    • Shikha Dhiman
    • Stefan Wijker
    • Anja R. A. Palmans
    • E. W. Meijer
  • : 213-218
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Dilution-induced gelation in multicomponent supramolecular systems leads to highly adaptive hydrogel materials.
    BY
    • Qingyi Tian
    • Fangchen Zhao
    • Han Zeng
    • Maoyan Zhu
    • Baoyu Jiang
  • : 218-222
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The Cambrian fossil yunnanozoans are stem vertebrates with diagnostic traits of vertebrate pharyngeal arches.
    BY
    • Andrew B. Kleist
    • Shawn Jenjak
    • Andrija Sente
    • Lauren J. Laskowski
    • Martyna Szpakowska
    • Maggie M. Calkins
    • Emilie I. Anderson
    • Lisa M. McNally
    • Raimond Heukers
    • Vladimir Bobkov
    • Francis C. Peterson
    • Monica A. Thomas
    • Andy Chevigné
    • Martine J. Smit
    • John D. McCorvy
    • M. Madan Babu
    • Brian F. Volkman
  • : 222-228
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Dynamic changes to conformational ensembles at intra- and extracellular sites guide β-arrestin recruitment at a biased G protein–coupled receptor.
    BY
    • Ye Shi
    • Erin Askounis
    • Roshan Plamthottam
    • Tom Libby
    • Zihang Peng
    • Kareem Youssef
    • Junhong Pu
    • Ron Pelrine
    • Qibing Pei
  • : 228-232
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An acrylate-based processable, high-performance dielectric elastomer has tunable electromechanical properties.

Careers

Working Life
    BY
    • Hannah Gurholt
  • : 234
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Essays

    BY
    • Jennifer Hampton Hill
  • : 164-165
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Do ancient microbial irritants offer early life protection against diabetes?
    BY
    • Apollo Stacy
  • : 165
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Host-derived metabolite trains the microbiota to develop colonization resistance
    BY
    • Irina Leonardi
  • : 165
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Mycobiota modulate immunity and behavior

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