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SCIENCE VS FAKE NEWS
GOING WITH THE GRAIN
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF STUNTING
VIRUSES HAVE BELLYBUTTONS
THE MAJESTY OF BATS
— The Chronicles of Evolution and other fascinating new writing
— Helen Berry studies climate-related mental health
— Alan Finkel on the perils of perfection
— The art of Cameron Robbins
— Katie Mack on the mysteries of the universe
— Charles Graeber's new book
— Meet the James Webb Telescope
— How to attract native bees to your garden
— Can prayer really heal the sick?
— Science stories you may have missed
— Paul Davies on astrobiology
— The retired space shuttle
— Werner Heisenberg
— Fulsome prism blues
— Not all science is serious
FROM THE EDITOR AND LEAD SCIENTIST
— Charlie Huveneers
FROM THE PUBLISHER
A LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR
Ancient giant burrowing bat found in NZ
Is it Planet Nine or a massive disc?
The oldest jewellery in Europe
Is the chicken the most potent symbol of our time?
DNA sugar can form in space, experiments show
The shape of our galaxy revealed
Call to correct Gulliver’s Travels food estimates
For boy budgies, brains beat brawn in the mating game
Changing the way to design sensors
Australia’s fearsome marsupial lion
LIFE ON MARS – THE EVIDENCE ASSESSED
BY THE NUMBERS
DO ELECTRIC CARS REALLY HAVE THE POWER OF CHANGE?
AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES: ARE WE THERE YET?
Millions Billions Zillions: Defending Yourself in a World of Too Many Numbers
How to Walk on Water and Climb up Walls: Animal Movement and the Robotics of the Future
Hawking: The Man, The Genius, and the Theory of Everything
The Atlas of Botany by FRANCIS HALLÉ, with ÉLIANE PATRIARCA Translated by ERIC BUTLER
Defined: how to talk about ET
CLUES AND COLUMNS
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