Scientific American Summaries and Reviews

See all summaries and reviews from Scientific American at a glance.

State of the World’s Science 2018

John P. A. Ioannidis et al.

Scientific American, 2018

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Ann Finkbeiner

Scientific American, 2018

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Unlike our ape cousins, humans require high levels of physical activity to be healthy.

Herman Pontzer

Scientific American, 2019

8
Artificial intelligence is making it possible for anyone to manipulate audio and video. The biggest threat is that we stop trusting anything at all.

Brooke Borel

Scientific American, 2018

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Understanding the latest innovations – and their challenges – will help society determine how to maximize their benefits.

Corinna E. Lathan et al.

Scientific American, 2018

8
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The Arctic climate is shattering record after record, altering weather worldwide

Jennifer A. Francis

Scientific American, 2018

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Jeffrey P. Townsend

Scientific American, 2018

8

Francine Russo

Scientific American, 2018

8
The Future of Medicine 2018

Melinda Wenner Moyer et al.

Scientific American, 2018

9
As political polarization grows, the arguments we have with one another may be shifting our understanding of truth itself

Mathew Fisher et al.

Scientific American, 2018

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