Paper of the Year

August 2017 : Multiple nanotechnologies are integrated on a single chip to realize a three-dimensional integrated circuit architecture that combines computing and data storage—a potentially transformative advance in computing. Shulaker et al. (2017). Nature 547:

August 2017 : An immunogenic personal neoantigen vaccine for patients with melanoma. Ott et al. (2017). Nature 547: 217-221.

August 2017 : Plants turn caterpillars into cannibals. Orrock et al. (2017). Nature Ecology & Evolution 1: 1205–1207.

August 2017 : CRISPR–Cas encoding of a digital movie into the genomes of a population of living bacteria. Shipman, et al. (2017). Nature 547: 345-349.

August 2017 : Tough adhesives for diverse wet surfaces. Li et al. (2017). Science 357: 378-381.

July 2017 : Human pluripotent stem cells are differentiated into inner ear organoids containing cells similar to hair cells and sensory neurons. Koehler et al. 2017 Nat Biotechnol. 35:583-589.

July 2017 : The genetic composition of gut microbes controls the production of metabolites that impact host longevity. Han et al. (2017). Cell 169:1249-1262.

July 2017 : Robust wireless power transfer using a nonlinear parity–time-symmetric circuit. Assawaworrarit et al. (2017). Nature 546: 387-390.

July 2017 : Carbon nanotube transistors scaled to a 40-nanometer footprint. Cao et al. Science 356: 1369-1372.

June 2017 : Induction of functional dopamine neurons from human astrocytes in vitro and mouse astrocytes in a Parkinson's disease model. Di Val Cervo PR. et al. (2017). Nature Biotechnology35: 444–452.

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