Too Complicated to Criticise?
THINGS WE LEARNED IN THIS ISSUE
ROBOTS AT WORK
DISCOVERING UNKNOWN SPECIES
HYDROGEN OR BATTERIES?
MOVING THREE WAYS IN A KNOTTY UNIVERSE
WEIRD BUGS IN YOUR BRAIN?
INSTANT EXPERT: EARS
Pen guides surgeon to cancer cells
The Dinosaurs Survived Acid Rain
Deliberately Deformed Skulls Were Potent Symbols of Social Power
Bacteria Protect Against Cancer?
Huge wind turbine opens a new green energy research centre
PATIENTS ATTRACT MOSQUITOES
AND TALKING OF MALARIA ...
Sea nomad genes are made for life under water
China to grow potatoes on the Moon
Two genes make perfect divers
The spleen releases extra oxygen
Blood vessels in arms and legs contract,
Turtles navigate by magnetic compass
Colour photos reveal hidden neutron star
The brain thrives all life long
Ghost particle to solve the mystery of the Universe
HOW OLD DID STONE AGE PEOPLE GROW?
Which mammals have the fattest milk?
Why can I see tiny rainbows in drops of water?
Why is mobile phone sound poor?
How do robotic surgeons work?
Do colours influence our mood?
COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY LINKS COLOURS AND EMOTIONS
How many types of magma exist?
MAGMA TYPES CAN BE READ IN ROCK
Where is the centre of the universe?
Is it really true that ... ... flies always lay on their backs, when they die?
Insects can die in many different positions
MARS INSIGHT LANDS
New navigation = safer landing
23 eyes explore the terrain
Mechanical mole to study Mars interior
Only half of all landings have been successful
Drill operator has mobile lab
Satellites lead the way
Hydrogen cars have long ranges
Battery-powered cars get their energy from the grid
Rare raw material = expensive fuel cells
Copper foam gives electric cars longer range
NANOPARTICLES PROLONG FUEL CELL LIFE
Heavy technology restrains batterypowered cars
Hydrogen production is a dirty process
Charging takes several hours
Charge your car wirelessly
3 factors make batteries the winners
Efficient electrolysis can produce green hydrogen
Einstein did not believe his own equations
John Michell fired from the hip and hit the bull's eye
Scientists have mapped out the anatomy of black holes
Big ones born in new galaxies
Small ones made of dead stars
LARVAE IN THE BRAIN ARE QUITE COMMON
Scientists read millions of DNA sequences
Gene method reveals behemoth migration
New orangutan reveals common ancestor
Small fish from the abyss
Loose scales save gecko
Mythical rat lives in the trees
Huge claw paralyses prey
Glowing shark smells its way to prey
Our universe might have 10 dimensions
Get a Brain Like Einstein's*
House challenges your brain
Memory training improves logic
HAIR CELLS AND FLUID CONTROL OUR BALANCE
Sound travels from ear to brain
Hair cells and tinnitus
2. Sand Mode
1. Open Reef Mode
3. Stripy Pyjamas Mode
Computers & Technology
Science Illustrated - 2018-07-01
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