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Science for global understanding
By Flavia Schlegel
830 WORKING LIFE
Fighting for my Dream
By Evelyn Valdez-Ward
758 From Science and other journals
761 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Lewis acid enhancement by hydrogen-
bond donors for asymmetric catalysis
S. M. Banik et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 720
Observation of mean path length
invariance in light-scattering media
R. Savo et al.
768 SOLAR CELLS
Perovskite solar cells with CuSCN
hole extraction layers yield stabilized
efficiencies greater than 20%
N. Arora et al.
▶ PEROVSKI TES P. 732
772 TOPOLOGICAL MAT TER
Distinguishing a Majorana zero mode
using spin-resolved measurements
S. Jeon et al.
776 POLI TICAL SCIENCE
How the news media activate public
expression and influence national
agendas G. King et al.
▶ POLIC Y FORUM P. 726; PODCAST
781 ICE SHEETS
Cordilleran Ice Sheet mass loss
preceded climate reversals near the
B. Menounos et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 721
785 Genomic history of the seventh
pandemic of cholera in Africa
F.-X. Weill et al.
789 Integrated view of Vibrio cholerae
in the Americas D. Domman et al.
▶ NE WS STORY P. 706
793 COMPUTER SCIENCE
A neural algorithm for a fundamental
computing problem S. Dasgupta et al.
797 DNA REPLICATION
Redox-sensitive alteration of replisome
architecture safeguards genome integrity
K. Somyajit et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 722
803 CELL BIOLOGY
Calibrated mitotic oscillator drives
motile ciliogenesis A. Al Jord et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 716
Lysosomal metabolomics reveals
V-ATPase- and m TOR-dependent
regulation of amino acid efflux from
lysosomes M. Abu-Remaileh et al.
813 NUTRIENT SENSING
SAMTOR is an S-adenosylmethionine
sensor for the m TORC1 pathway
X. Gu et al.
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724 PLANT INVASIONS IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
Human activities not only facilitate
plant invasions, but also shape invasion
mechanisms By C. Kueffer
726 SMALL MEDIA, BIG IMPAC T
Randomizing news stories reveals broad
public impacts By M. Gentzkow
▶ REPORT P. 776
BOOKS ET AL.
728 A TROVE OF BIODIVERSITY, AT RISK
With funding for museum collections in
peril, new species await discovery and
names that may never come By B. Styles
729 ENGINEERED EMOTIONS
A pair of philosophers probe the ethical
implications of designing social robots
By P. Quinon
730 CANADA FAILS TO PROTECT ITS CARIBOU
By M. Hebblewhite and D. Fortin
730 NORTH ATLANTIC RIGHT
WHALES IN DANGER
By S. Taylor and T. R. Walker
731 LET EXPERTS JUDGE
By D. Braaten
731 TECHNICAL COMMEN T ABSTRAC TS