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      July 1, 2012Mind & Brain

      What Happens to Consciousness When We Die

      The death of the brain means subjective experiences are neurochemistry
      July 15, 2013Space & Physics

      Sound Waves Levitate and Move Objects

      A new approach to contact-free manipulation could be used to combine lab samples--and prevent contamination
      January 1, 2005Environment

      Sound Findings

      Sonar offers a way to count salmon accurately
      May 1, 2012Mind & Brain

      Feeling Free

      January 1, 2016Behavior

      From the Editor: Gender and Matters of Identity

      Inside the January/February 2016 Scientific American MIND
      June 7, 2017

      What a Drag

      A rare fossil records a quiet moment of Jurassic time
      January 1, 2013Cognition

      Does Photographic Memory Exist?

      January 1, 2012Lab Rat

      Best Of Lab Rat 2011

      This seems to be a fairly popular thing to do, and the New Year is as good a time as any to look back over my SciAm posts and see which ones I like, which ones I dislike, and how to make the posts better in the future...
      November 1, 2014Neuroscience

      The Future of the Brain: An Introduction

      What's next in brain health and enhancement
      March 1, 2013Mind & Brain

      MIND Reviews: Books Roundup

      August 2, 2006Mind & Brain

      The Expert Mind and the Interplanetary Bicycle Ride

      In this episode, Phil Ross talks about what scientists have learned is necessary to achieve expertise in virtually any field. Ross's article on the subject, The Expert Mind, is in the August issue of Scientific American...
      August 1, 1992Technology

      Seven-League Boots

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