Nature Summaries and Reviews
See all summaries and reviews from Nature at a glance.
There are reasons to be optimistic that the world will break its addiction to fossil fuels. But time is running out.
Maintaining momentum is crucial as nations build a treaty to safeguard the high seas, argue Glen Wright, Julien Rochette, Kristina M. Gjerde and Lisa A. Levin.
Young people who are already struggling offline might experience greater negative effects of life online, writes Candice Odgers.
Artificial intelligence and brain-computer interfaces must respect and preserve people’s privacy, identity, agency and equality, say Rafael Yuste, Sara Goering and colleagues.
Learning more about how pollutants enter and damage the body would reduce disease and deaths, say Jos Lelieveld and Ulrich Pöschl.
A campaign to increase preimplantation genetic diagnosis could put the country on the path towards eliminating certain diseases.
Trace people, not papers; a new way to measure the impact of science on society.
Artificial intelligence can speed up research into new photovoltaic, battery and carbon-capture materials, argue Edward Sargent, Alán Aspuru-Guzik and colleagues.