Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention gathers for the
eighth time in November. This year the Conference faces one of the most
unique challenges in its history: CRISPR gene editing.
Our What We’re Reading blog features short posts by our staff about articles you’ll want to see. This week we look at whether the record-breaking heat in much of the US and Middle East is related to climate change; the long-term dangers of government preferences for renewables over the main source of carbon-free electricity: nuclear power; the BBC’s plans in case of nuclear war, and understanding the language of cyber hacking.
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