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Joseph Demer: In Plane Sight

A 1973 Westinghouse finalist built a moon launcher, but today he operates closer to the ground as an eye surgeon--and he flies his own plane

April 2, 2009 — Laura Vanderkam

From Dark Energy to Lone Star Lunacy

Scientific American magazine Editor in Chief John Rennie talks about articles in the April issue, covering dark energy, bee colony collapse and post-traumatic stress. And Eugenie Scott, executive director of the National Center for Science Education, discusses anti-evolution-education efforts by the Texas School Board...

April 2, 2009 — Steve Mirsky

Mussel and Printer in Time Saves 9

A study in the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research B talks about the possibility of replacing sutures in surgery with bioadhesives produced by mussels and applied using inkjet technology...

April 2, 2009

The Roots of Problem Personalities

Scientists are peering into the brains of people with borderline personality disorder and finding clues to the roots of this disabling illness

April 1, 2009 — Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg

Solving the Mystery of the Vanishing Bees

The mysterious ailment called colony collapse disorder has wiped out large numbers of the bees that pollinate a third of our crops. The causes turn out to be surprisingly complex, but solutions are emerging...

March 31, 2009 — Diana Cox-Foster and Dennis vanEngelsdorp
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Scientific American Health & Medicine

Scientific American Health & Medicine