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Bret Stetka
Scientific American, 2022
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Machines That Translate Wants into Actions

A new generation of brain-machine interface can deduce what a person wants
Richard Andersen
Scientific American, 2019
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The World’s First Virus-Proof Cell, with Redesigned DNA, Is About to Meet the Test of Its Life

Biologists are building an organism that can shrug off any virus on the planet. Impervious human cells may be next
Rowan Jacobsen
Scientific American, 2019
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Why Social Media Makes People Unhappy – And Simple Ways to Fix It

Research suggests platform designs make us lose track of time spent on them and can heighten conflicts, and then we feel upset with ourselves
Daisy Yuhas
Scientific American, 2022
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Subverting Climate Science in the Classroom

Oil and gas representatives influence the standards for courses and textbooks, from kindergarten to 12th grade.
Katie Worth
Scientific American, 2022
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Mania May Be a Mental Illness in Its Own Right

Hundreds of thousands of people experience mania without ever getting depressed. Why does psychiatry insist on calling them bipolar?
Simon Makin
Scientific American, 2019
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Are Toxic Political Conversations Changing How We Feel about Objective Truth?

As political polarization grows, the arguments we have with one another may be shifting our understanding of truth itself
Matthew Fisher et al.
Scientific American, 2018
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The New Era of Multimessenger Astronomy

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
Scientific American, 2018
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This Room Could Wirelessly Charge All Your Devices

New technology delivers power to electronic devices in a test space
Sophie Bushwick
Scientific American, 2021
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Gene Therapy Tackles a Common Birth Defect: Deafness

After false starts, researchers are making progress toward treating deafness with gene therapy
Dina Fine Maron
Scientific American, 2018