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FALL 2015 | DOWNLOAD PDF

zoom in
A farm where “locally grown” is more science than slogan; counting fireflies before they flicker out; a car for taking on the megacity; a wake-up call for drowsy drivers; art meets the test of the market; and tracking the status of creek revival.

sweet hope for Sapelo Island
If a little girl can get a second chance at life, can her culture do the same?

a solar-savvy house and the ties that bind
Yes, you can email a house. Some assembly required.

bringing industry to light
Advances in optics yield big potential for tiny technologies.

open wide
Finding smarter answers for our clicking, aching jaws.

gentler treatment for addicted infants
A medical team tests a new way to help newborns afflicted by drugs.

leadership’s new horizons
On a journey to Mars or into the future of medicine, we won’t follow a star.

making peace with the giants
To ease the conflict between people and wild elephants, you have to walk the talk.

close focus
Novelist Nic Brown gave up drumming to study writing. Now he has a new book, a movie deal, and some students of his own.

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Art that reveals the structure and beauty of math.


SPRING 2015 | DOWNLOAD PDF

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Students take the measure of an architectural jewel; telltale signs of a gigantic planet emerge from the dusty swirl of space; a pitcher charts his future with baseball research; grafting could save millions of melons from soil-borne disease; and a low-cost test helps patients manage diabetes.

of all human qualities
A student production probes the dark, unruly heart of Big Love.

can art heal?
What we see on the walls of a clinic or ward may affect our prognosis.

defining the wind
How do we ramp up for renewable energy? Tune the technology and the grid.

a blood test for breast cancer
A study of high-tech textiles takes an unexpected turn.

when a warrior can’t go it alone
Coming home from combat doesn’t mean all of the hardship is past. How do we help soldiers grow strong enough to ask for help?

the little things that run the Earth
Most microbes are not our enemies. They’re everywhere, they’re countless, and we can’t live without them.

growing the citified tree
Amid concrete and asphalt, how do you grow a healthy urban tree?

close focus
This railroad might have prevented the Civil War. But it never had the chance.

zoom out
Winning micrographs offer a glimpse of two exotic realms.


 


FALL 2014 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Table of Contents: In Fall 2014


SPRING 2014 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Table of Contents: In Spring 2014


FALL 2013 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Table of Contents: In Fall 2013


 


SPRING 2013 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Table of Contents: In Spring 2013


FALL 2012 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Table of Contents: In Fall 2012


SPRING 2012 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Table of Contents: In Spring 2012