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Plants are photoautotrophic sessile organisms that use environmental cues to optimize multiple facets of growth and development. A classic example is phototropism — in shoots this is typically positive, leading to growth towards the light, while roots frequently show negative phototrop...
An interview with Jeremy Wolfe, Professor of Ophthalmology and Radiology at Harvard Medical School, whose work focusses on visual attention and visual search.
As immigration is once more becoming an explosive political issue, studies of genomes and haplotype tracers show that migration patterns of the human race are more complicated than anticipated. Ultimately, we all have a migration backgroundof some sort. Michael Gross reports.