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Intersecting catalytic cycles
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416 ECOLOGICAL NE TWORKS
On the structural stability of mutualistic
systems R. P. Rohr et al.
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417 ULTRAFAST OPTICS
Ultrafast optical control by few photons
in engineered fiber R. Nissim et al.
420 QUANTUM COMPUTING
Defining and detecting quantum
speedup T. F. Rønnow et al.
424 QUANTUM METROLOGY
Fisher information and entanglement of
non-Gaussian spin states H. Strobel et al.
Invisibility cloaking in a diffusive light
scattering medium R. Schittny et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 384
430 QUANTUM SIMULATION
Coherent imaging spectroscopy of
a quantum many-body spin system
C. Senko et al.
433 Single-electron transmetalation
in organoboron cross-coupling by
photoredox/nickel dual catalysis
J. C. Tellis et al.
437 Merging photoredox with nickel
catalysis: Coupling of α-carboxyl
sp3-carbons with aryl halides
Z. Zuo et al.
▶ PERSPEC TIVE P. 381
440 EXOPLANE T DE TECTION
Stellar activity masquerading as planets
in the habitable zone of the M dwarf
Gliese 581 P. Robertson et al.
Synchronization of North Pacific and
Greenland climates preceded abrupt
deglacial warming S. K. Praetorius and
A. C. Mix
448 INDUCED EARTHQUAKES
Sharp increase in central Oklahoma
seismicity since 2008 induced by
massive wastewater injection
K. M. Keranen et al.
451 DINOSAUR EVOLUTION
A Jurassic ornithischian dinosaur from
Siberia with both feathers and scales
P. Godefroit et al.
455 RNA FUNCTION
Ribosome stalling induced by mutation
of a CNS-specific tRNA causes
neurodegeneration R. Ishimura et al.
▶ PERSPECTIVE P. 378
459 CLATHRIN ADAPTORS
AP2 controls clathrin polymerization
with a membrane-activated switch
B. T. Kelly et al.
463 ACTIN CYTOSKELETON
Mechanism of actin filament pointed-end
capping by tropomodulin J. N. Rao et al.
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384 A CLOAKING COATING
FOR MURK Y MEDIA
Objects shrouded in fog disappear
entirely with simple coating
By D. R. Smith
▶ REPORT P. 427
385 ASTROCYTES EYEBALL
Retinal neurons transfer mitochondria
to astrocytes for rapid turnover to meet
energy demands By T. C. Burdett and
M. R. Freeman
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387 THE NSA REPORT
reviewed by K. O’Hara and N. Shadbolt
388 OUR ONCE AND FUTURE PLANET
By P. Woodworth, reviewd by W. E. Stutz
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389 IN DEFENSE OF FENCES
By M. Pfeifer et al.
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390 EARLY AMERICANS:
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