Contents

22 June 2018
Vol 360, Issue 6395
  • Contents

    • This Week in Science

    • Editorial

    • Editors' Choice

    • Products & Materials

      • New Products

        A weekly roundup of information on newly offered instrumentation, apparatus, and laboratory materials of potential interest to researchers.

    • In Brief

    • In Depth

    • Feature

      • Feeding the gods

        Hundreds of skulls testify to the monumental scale of human sacrifice in the Aztec capital.

    • Working Life

    • Letters

    • Books et al.

      • Hard feelings

        A pair of neuroscientists finds that investigating emotions is easier done than said

      • The Victorian dynamo

        A long-awaited biography does justice to John Tyndall, a pioneering climate researcher and science advocate

    • Policy Forum

    • Perspectives

    • Research Articles

      • Analysis of shared heritability in common disorders of the brain

        Heritability analysis demonstrates how genetic variation overlaps across psychiatric disorders and behavioral traits.

    • Reports

    • Technical Comments

About The Cover

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COVER In the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan in the 16th century, the skulls of human sacrificial victims were slipped onto wooden posts and displayed on a monumental rack. Archaeologists at Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History discovered the remains of the rack and two accompanying skull towers during recent excavations in downtown Mexico City. See page 1288.
Photo: Henry Romero/REUTERS