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      March 1, 1988The Sciences

      Computer Recreations, March 1988

      A home computer laboratory in which balls become gases, liquids and critical masses
      July 1, 2009Mind & Brain

      Do Parents Matter?

      A researcher argues that peers are much more important than parents, that psychologists underestimate the power of genetics, and that we have a lot to learn from Asian classrooms
      September 6, 2012Technology

      Super-Stretchy Hydrogel Can Take a Hit

      A polymer network made of alginate and polyacrylamide is the most resilient yet and could be used in replacement cartilage or scaffolding for artificial organs
      February 1, 2014Scientific American Volume 310, Issue 2

      Friction Makes Cornstarch and Water into Bizarre "Oobleck"

      Friction between tiny particles explains the bizarre properties of cornstarch in fluid
      January 31, 2011Technology

      Circuit Breaker? Electric Car Popularity May Depend on Home Energy Management

      Never mind electric-vehicle range anxiety, how will power utilities and home systems handle the growing load of a burgeoning fleet of electric cars? A maker of home battery-charging stations partners with networking giant Cisco Systems to enable energy monitoring and management from a single touch-screen device...
      May 9, 2014Neuroscience

      What Is Vertigo?

      Is the world spinning, and you don't know why?  Scientific American MIND  editor Ingrid Wickelgren explains how your inner ear can make you dizzy. 

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      What Is Vertigo?
      February 1, 2006Mind & Brain

      Meditations on the Brain

      November 1, 2020Engineering

      New Space Weather Network Extends over Africa

      Sensors will monitor solar emissions that threaten GPS and radio signals
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