Volume 324, Issue 4
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Adaptive Optics Branches Out
A tool built for astronomy finds new life combating space debris and enabling quantum encryption
Dark Matter's Last Stand
A new experiment could catch invisible particles that previous detectors have not
How to Debunk Misinformation about COVID, Vaccines and Masks
We each have more power to be a science communicator than we realize
How to Make a Hippogriff Fly and Other Flights of Fancy
A paleontologist and an illustrator team up to make mythical creatures follow biomechanical rules
The Mathematics of How Connections Become Global
Percolation theory illuminates the behavior of many kinds of networks, from cell-phone connections to disease transmission
Can Natural Gas Be Part of a Low-Carbon Future?
A sweeping overhaul could make the gas system a much cleaner energy source
Telescopes on Far Side of the Moon Could Illuminate the Cosmic Dark Ages
Instruments deployed on missions to the lunar far side might give us an unprecedented view of the early universe