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February 2015 Issue Highlights
Buy this Issue Neandertal Minds Analyses of anatomy, DNA and cultural remains have yielded tantalizing insights into the inner lives of our mysterious extinct cousins
Kate WongONLINE ONLY:
- The Neandertal Mystique
Can We Mine a Black Hole? Let's say some future civilization wanted to get energy out of a black hole. The first step would be to build a space elevator that defies the laws of physics
Adam BrownONLINE ONLY:
- Space Elevator Enthusiasts Push On despite Lengthy Time Frames and Long Odds
The Clocks within Us Genes in the liver, pancreas and other tissues (not just the brain) keep the various parts of the body in sync. Timing miscues may lead to diabetes, depression and other illnesses
Keith C. Summa,Fred W. TurekONLINE ONLY:
- How Mammals Tell Time [Video]
Just Add Memory New types of electronic components, closer to neurons than to transistors, are leading to tremendously efficient and faster “memcomputing”
Massimiliano Di Ventra,Yuriy V. PershinONLINE ONLY:
- Building New Computers That Function Like Brains [VIDEO]
A Puzzle for the Planet Our future rides on our ability to integrate Energy Water Food
Michael E. WebberONLINE ONLY:
- Soldier Flies: The New Food for Farm Fish
Treating Depression at the Source Electrical stimulation deep within the brain may alleviate devastating mood disorders
Andres M. Lozano,Helen S. MaybergONLINE ONLY:
- New Promise of Relief for Major Depression
The Swallows of Fukushima We know surprisingly little about what low-dose radiation does to organisms and ecosystems. Four years after the disaster in Fukushima, scientists are beginning to get some answers
Steven FeatherstoneONLINE ONLY:
- Four Years After Fukushima
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