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Women and Men at Çatalhöyük

The largest known Neolithic settlement yields clues about the roles played by the two sexes in early agricultural societies

By Ian Hodder

Spring Forward

As temperatures rise sooner in spring, interdependent species in many ecosystems are shifting dangerously out of sync

By Daniel Grossman

RFID: A Key to Automating Everything

Already common in security systems and tollbooths, radio-frequency identification tags and readers stand poised to take over many processes now accomplished by human toil

By Roy Want

Our Growing, Breathing Galaxy

Long assumed to be a relic of the distant past, the Milky Way turns out to be a dynamic, living object

By Bart P. Wakker and Philipp Richter

Atoms of Space and Time

We perceive space and time to be continuous, but if the amazing theory of loop quantum gravity is correct, they actually come in discrete pieces

By Lee Smolin

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