Volume 576 Issue 7787



News Features

News & Views

Identifying the source of tumour-infiltrating T cells p.385

Immune cells called cytotoxic T cells can recognize and destroy cancer cells. The finding that stem-cell-like T cells exist in tumours, at niche sites that support these cells, could aid efforts to boost anticancer immune responses.

doi: 10.1038/d41586-019-03670-6

Superconductivity mystery turns 25 p.386

In 1994, an unconventional form of superconductivity was detected in strontium ruthenate. The discovery has shed light on the mechanism of unconventional superconductivity at high temperatures.

doi: 10.1038/d41586-019-03734-7

Antitumour T cells stand the test of time p.392

Enhancing antitumour immune responses has revolutionized cancer treatment, yet some hurdles impede this approach. The discovery of a way to boost the lifespan and function of antitumour immune cells removes a key obstacle.

doi: 10.1038/d41586-019-03731-w