Volume 326, Issue 1
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Fossils Reveal When Animals Started Making Noise
For billions of years Earth was quiet. Then life got loud
An Ancient Greek Astronomical Calculation Machine Reveals New Secrets
Scientists have a new understanding of the mysterious Antikythera mechanism that challenges assumptions about ancient technology
Protecting People from Deadly Shellfish
Indigenous communities along Alaska’s coast are developing scientific networks to test shellfish for toxins because the state is not doing so
Borderline Personality Disorder May Be Rooted in Trauma
A focus on the traumatic origins of an often stigmatized psychiatric diagnosis is inspiring new treatments
Citizen Militias in the U.S. Are Moving toward More Violent Extremism
In some members, a longing for “simpler” times is giving rise to deadly activities
Can We Gauge Quantum Time of Flight?
Measuring the time it takes particles to travel between two points may be the best test yet for Bohmian mechanics