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Underground Railroad: A Peek inside New York City's Subway Line of the Future
The Best MedicineA quiet revolution in comparative effectiveness research just might save us from soaring medical costs
The Periodic Table of the Cosmos: 100 Years of the Hertzsprung-Russell DiagramA simple diagram, which celebrates its centennial this year, continues to serve as the most essential conceptual tool in stellar astrophysics
The Last Great Global WarmingSurprising new evidence suggests the pace of Earth's most abrupt prehistoric warm-up paled in comparison with what we face today. The episode has lessons for our future
Evolution of the EyeScientists now have a clear vision of how our notoriously complex eye came to be
Leonard Susskind: The Bad Boy of PhysicsLeonard Susskind rebelled as a teen and never stopped. Today he insists that reality may forever be beyond reach of our understanding
Hacking the Lights Out: The Computer Virus Threat to the Electrical GridComputer viruses have taken out hardened industrial control systems. The electrical power grid may be next
Scent of a Human: The Battle against MosquitoesDecoding how a mosquito sniffs out human targets could lead to better traps and repellents that cut malaria's spread
The Limits of IntelligenceThe laws of physics may well prevent the human brain from evolving into an ever more powerful thinking machine
Big Buzzword on Campus: Is "Convergence" a Revolution in Science or Simply Jargon?
Ultrasonic French Fries
News Scans: 6 Quick Science Tidbits
A Wild, Weedy Scourge: Fast Spreading Cogongrass Threatens Forests in the U.S. South
Why Al Qaeda Has Failed at Cyberwarfare
Questions for the Itch Doctor
What Is It?
Donor Fatigue: Should Blood Banks Reject Chronic Fatigue Sufferers?
From Nuclear Plant to Nuclear Park?
Beauty and the Beasts: The Sight of a Pretty Woman Can Make Men Crave War
Light at the End of the Racetrack: How Pixar Explored the Physics of Light for Cars 2
Tortoises to the Rescue: Re-wilding to Repair Ecological Damage
International Particle of Mystery
A Quick Fix to the Food Crisis
From the Editor
From the Editor: Honors and Activities
Baby's Life, Mother's Schooling: Child Mortality Rates Decline as Women Become Better Educated
Letters to the Editors
Readers Respond to "The Neuroscience of True Grit," and Other Articles
Recommended: The Book of Fungi: A Life-Size Guide to 600 Species from Around the World
The Believing Brain: Why Science Is the Only Way Out of Belief-Dependent Realism
Why Gadgets Flop
The Science of Health
Poor Man's Burden: Why Are HIV Rates So High in the Southern U.S.?
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