Scientific American Magazine Vol 328 Issue 3

Scientific American

Volume 328, Issue 3

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Talk Therapies Take On a Vital Role in Treating Schizophrenia

Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps to treat symptoms of schizophrenia for which drugs are ineffective

Long COVID Now Looks like a Neurological Disease, Helping Doctors to Focus Treatments

The causes of long COVID, which disables millions, may come together in the brain and nervous system

Is Our Universe a Hologram? Physicists Debate Famous Idea on Its 25th Anniversary

The Ads/CFT duality conjecture suggests our universe is a hologram, enabling significant discoveries in the 25 years since it was first proposed

What Scientists Are Learning about Women's Health from Other Female Animals

Evolved adaptations of female animals could help solve women’s health challenges

Tiny Bubbles of Primordial Soup Re-create Early Universe

New experiments can re-create the young cosmos, when it was a mash of fundamental particles, more precisely than ever before

Babies Are Born with an Innate Number Sense

Plato was right: newborns do math

Global Population Growth Is Slowing Down. Here's One Reason Why

In 2022 the world’s population hit the eight-billion mark. But such milestones could top out by the end of the century


Eight Billion People in the World Is a Crisis, Not an Achievement
Lab-Made Enzymes Could Chop Up the Virus That Causes COVID
Tree Roots May Have Set Off a Mass Extinction
Mysteriously Young 'Peekaboo' Galaxy Could Reveal Secrets of Early Universe
Soft Robots Take Steps toward Independence
Dinosaurs' Air Sacs Evolved Many Times and Let Them Take Over the World
How Octopus Arms Bypass the Brain
Science News Briefs from around the World: March 2023
New Test Predicts a Life-Threatening Pregnancy Disorder
Flavor-Enhancing Spoons and Chopsticks Could Make Food Taste Better
Scientists Created Male and Female Cells from a Single Person
These Male Wasps Use Genital Spines to Scare Off Attackers
What Is It Like to Be a Plant?
From the Editor
Quark-Gluon Plasma, Number Sense and Long COVID
50, 100 & 150 Years Ago
50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: March 2023
The Science of Health
Common Chemicals May Harm Sperm and Pregnancies, Growing Evidence Shows
Poem: 'Jupiter's Moon Europa'
Who Is Liable When AI Kills?
Graphic Science
The Science of Spring's Green Show
The Science Agenda
To Fight Antimicrobial Resistance, Start with Farm Animals
Readers Respond to the November 2022 Issue
Mind Matters
Your Response to Stress Improves as You Grow Older
The Universe
Neutrinos from a Nearby Galaxy Reveal Black Hole Secrets
Why 2 Is the Best Number and Other Secrets from a MacArthur-Winning Mathematician