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With the U.S. midterm election rapidly approaching, staying up-to-date on science and technology has never been more important. Subscribe today:
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Blog: Decapitated mountains and deformed fish. A scientist documents the poisoning of West Virginia's waters by the coal industry.
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Three mathematicians have discovered that a problem of central importance in physics is impossible to solve—and that means other big questions may be undecidable, too. Learn more in the October issue, available now: (Cover art & video by )
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SciVizNYC Sep 17
Attention folks on a budget: Note that the SciVizNYC registration fee is only $35 ($20 for students), for a full day of talks and networking.
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Sea otters have extraordinarily sensitive touch—which helps them nab prey in the absence of other sensory cues 🎧
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Female cockroaches may cluster together to avoid male harassment
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Reimagining of Schrödinger’s cat breaks quantum mechanics—and stumps physicists
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Men and women experience migraine differently due to both physiology and sociology
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SpaceX plans to fly humans around the moon in 2023
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The danger of judging scientists by what they discover: Researchers follow the truth where it leads them, but study shows the personal costs
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John Horgan Sep 17
Kicking My Caffeine Addiction via
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Scientific American Sep 18
Hurricane Florence’s floods reveal exposure of rural areas to climate change
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Scientific American Sep 18
An analysis of 1.5 million people tries to more accurately categorize people’s character traits
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Scientific American Sep 18
Special Report: Precision medicine's promise and progress. As gene-based therapies move from lab to clinic, focus turns to availability and access.
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Scientific American Sep 17
SA's Editor in Chief leads a discussion on how business and government can bridge the gap between availability and access as genomic technologies move from lab to clinic. Watch the livestream from 's Annual Meeting of New Champions:
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Scientific American Sep 17
Augmented reality is one of our Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2018. At the moment, AR is having its greatest impact in industry and easy-to-use software for designing apps should expand consumer offerings in the coming years. ()
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Scientific American Sep 17
Here’s the data behind Apple’s new heart-monitoring app
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SciVizNYC Sep 17
SciVizNYC (an all-day event focused on visualizing science for analysis, education & inspiration) is set for Friday, November 16th. See the full lineup of speakers at ...and get ready to register starting this Friday!
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Scientific American Sep 17
Warming in the Atlantic Ocean boosted Hurricane Florence’s rainfall, one expert says
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