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How sanitation is following the cell phone model.
Debating a modern parable about waste and technology.
“Paleoscatologist” Karen Chin has uncovered the humble origin of life after dinosaurs.
Computer security is trying to avoid wasting your time.
Why is sexual reproduction so common in nature?
The evolutionary perspective.
Meet the mice that are changing the obesity conversation.
Layers of history beckon with imperfect memories.
Nature manages information, the currency of life, with exquisite efficiency.
Can information ever be rescued from inside a black hole?
Supercomputer centers slash excess electricity as smaller ones try to follow.
From brain to blood to bone, macrophages take out our cellular trash.
Technology for generating power from spent uranium hits policy barriers.
Internal combustion is surviving by adapting.
The Winter 2014 Quarterly has landed.
A reflection on Jacob Bronowski’s “The Ascent of Man.”
Richard Holmes gets high on ballooning.
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