Research Preview: Science Magazine – August 19, 2022


Small stowaways on new NASA rocket promise big science

Batteries allowing, CubeSats will target lunar ice and more

China rises to first place in one key metric of research impact

Other methods still put the United States somewhat ahead

New law’s big payout for farming has uncertain climate payoff

Measures to capture carbon in soil may be less effective than hoped, scientists say

Bioengineering soybean plants to improve regulation of photoprotection—a natural process that enables plants to cope with excess absorbed light energy—improved soybean seed yield by up to 33% in field trials.

Read that study and more this week in Science:

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