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Some answers from an atmospheric scientist
Venus Express orbiter finds a cool spot.
Enjoy being alive? Thank these fossilized shrooms.
There may be up to three layers of different kinds of ice.
Just like onions and cartoon ogres
A common industrial material turns stem cells into bone cells, a discovery that could throw open the door to major tissue engineering breakthroughs.
Mark those eggs!
Plagued by episodes of blindness, Edward L. Youmans found ways to help the rest of us see.
From our archive: a reporter's LSD trip, a guide to getting high during Prohibition, and more
From our archive, a dramatic first-hand account of marijuana overdose.
Including Washington, Jefferson, Kennedy and more
Wind, solar, tidal-- all are battling for the renewable energy crown. But what about the six billion highly efficient short-stroke engines in our midst? What about us?
Editor-in-chief Jacob Ward introduces the latest issue, which features cutting-edge materials science, a beginner's guide to space mining and more.
In defense of sleep
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