Scientific American

Scientific American

  • The Unlikely Triumph of Dinosaurs April 16, 2018
    New fossils and analyses topple the long-standing explanation of how dinosaurs came to rule the earth
    Stephen Brusatte
  • Letters April 16, 2018
  • You Kant Be Serious April 16, 2018
    Utilitarianism and its discontents
    Michael Shermer
  • End the War on Weed April 16, 2018
    Federal marijuana laws are counterproductive and overly harsh
  • Catching Fever April 16, 2018
    Climate change is accelerating the spread of disease—and making it much harder to predict outbreaks
    Lois Parshley
  • The Suns in Our Daughters April 16, 2018
    Unleashing the energy trapped within undereducated girls
    Lisa Einstein
  • Our Planet, Ourselves April 16, 2018
    Mariette DiChristina
  • Batty Schedules April 16, 2018
    Earlier migrations could lead to major crop losses
    Inga Vesper
  • Emerging Disease in a Changing World April 16, 2018
  • Watchful Plants April 16, 2018
    An animal's mere presence triggers broad-spectrum defense mechanisms
    Erica Tennenhouse
  • Is Deep-Sea Mining Worth It? April 16, 2018
    The race is on to exploit—and protect—the ocean floor
    Thomas Peacock
  • Missing Bugs April 16, 2018
    A gap in the fossil record is key to unveiling insect origins
    Lucas Joel
  • 50, 100 & 150 Years Ago April 16, 2018
    Innovation and discovery as chronicled in Scientific American
    Daniel C. Schlenoff
  • Quick Hits April 16, 2018
    Yasemin Saplakoglu
  • Weirdest Hardware Product Ever? April 16, 2018
    Google's new camera decides what to photograph, based on AI algorithms
    David Pogue
  • Exoplanet Everests April 16, 2018
    Giant telescopes may be able to detect detailed features on distant worlds
    Bob Henderson
  • Messengers from the Sky April 16, 2018
    Astronomers' newfound ability to see the same cosmic events in light, particles and gravitational waves—a synthesis called multimessenger astronomy—gives them a fuller picture of some of the universe's most mysterious phenomena
    Ann Finkbeiner
  • Sweaty Trees April 16, 2018
    How one species of eucalyptus keeps its cool
    Yasemin Saplakoglu
  • American Epidemic April 16, 2018
    Resurgent outbreaks of infectious diseases are sickening thousands, and the causes are societal
    Melinda Wenner Moyer
  • Orangutan Medicine April 16, 2018
    The great apes use plant extracts to soothe achy limbs
    Doug Main
  • Our Stuff, Ourselves April 16, 2018
    Low emotional security can intensify our relationships to our belongings
    Francine Russo
  • Timber Trafficking April 16, 2018
    Cutting to the core of Thailand's illegal rosewood trade
    Rachel Nuwer
  • Recommended April 16, 2018
  • Views of Evolution Shaped by Knowledge April 16, 2018
    Greater understanding of the theory supersedes religion or politics
    Amanda Montañez
  • Mothering, Wild Style April 16, 2018
    Some moms can be murder on the family
    Steve Mirsky
  • The Battle of the Belt April 16, 2018
    Gaining belly fat is dangerous for reasons we don't fully grasp
    Claudia Wallis
  • A Wider Life Gap April 16, 2018
    U.S. life span is rising disproportionately
    Mark Fischetti

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