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Vaccine priming of rare HIV broadly neutralizing antibody precursors in nonhuman primates | Science

Germline-targeting immunogens hold promise for initiating the induction of broadly neutralizing antibodies (bnAbs) to HIV and other pathogens. However, antibody-antigen recognition is typically dominated by heavy chain complementarity determining region … Source link

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Global band convergence design for high-performance thermoelectric power generation in Zintls | Science

Electronic band convergence can have a beneficial impact on thermoelectric performance, but finding the right band-converged compositions is still time-consuming. We propose a method for designing a series of compositions with simultaneous band … Source link

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Self-advocacy for young African scientists | Science

Knowledge resources and financial capital are mainly concentrated in the Global North (1), whereas the Global South, particularly Africa, lacks both investment in research (2, 3) and researchers (4). As a result, less than 1% of the global research output is produced by African institutions (5). Moreover, the majority of scientific articles reporting research conducted

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Undergraduate research data crucial to equity | Science

HomeScienceVol. 384, No. 6697Undergraduate research data crucial to equityBack To Vol. 384, No. 6697 Full accessLetter Share on Undergraduate research data crucial to equityDustin B. Thoman [email protected], Jessi L. Smith, […] , Ivan A. Hernandez, Christal D. Sohl, and Miguel T. Villodas+2 authors fewerAuthors Info & AffiliationsScience16 May 2024Vol 384, Issue 6697p. 747DOI: 10.1126/science.… Source

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Bandgap-universal passivation enables stable perovskite solar cells with low photovoltage loss | Science

The efficiency and longevity of metal-halide perovskite solar cells are typically dictated by nonradiative defect-mediated charge recombination. In this work, we demonstrate a vapor-based amino-silane passivation that reduces photovoltage deficits to … Source link

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