nature – November 17, 2022 issue:
Farming feeds the world. We desperately need to know how to do it better
Interventions designed to improve agricultural practices often lack a solid evidence base. A new initiative could change that.
CRISPR cancer trial success paves the way for personalized treatments
‘Most complicated therapy ever’ tailors bespoke, genome-edited immune cells to attack tumours.
Overhyping hydrogen as a fuel risks endangering net-zero goals
Hydrogen is touted as a wonder fuel for everything from transport to home heating — but greener and more efficient options are often available.
A fortune in gold is buried in electronic waste
US consumers could generate more than one billion pieces of e-waste a year by 2033.
Why older people get less protection from flu vaccines
Immune players called B cells are partly to blame for the decline in vaccine efficacy for people over 65.