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Scientific American | 2019-10-17      
 - Can Noise Have Color?. It turns out that it can. But it does have a color that you can see, just that you can hear. What does that mean? Watch... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-09-26      
 - Which foods are ultraprocessed? You might be surprised.. Many nutrition scientists blame overeating fats or carbohydrates for the world's obesity... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-07-01      
 - The Science of Fireworks. We take you inside a single fireworks shell to show you how it all works. 
   
Scientific American | 2019-06-25      
 - Scientific American Editors Build Saturn V Rocket LEGO Set. In the early morning hours of July 16, 1969, technicians at the Kennedy Space Center... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-06-20      
 - Scientific American Editors Build Saturn V Rocket LEGO Set. In the early morning hours of July 16, 1969, technicians at the Kennedy Space Center... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-06-18      
 - Mapping the Mission. Modern satellite imagery and 3D modeling create a multimedia view of how Apollo 11 played out on the lunar surface To... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-02-06      
 - Resurrecting the Genes of Extinct Plants. Scientists at Ginkgo Bioworks have resurrected the smell of an extinct flower by putting together the... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-02-01      
 - Resurrecting the Genes of Extinct Plants. Scientists at Gingko Bioworks have resurrected the smell of an extinct flower by putting together the... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-01-29      
 - Are 2 Snowflakes Ever Identical?. Is the “unique snowflake” just flake news? Mother Nature might never produce two identical snowflakes,... 
   
Scientific American | 2019-01-02      
 - Scientific American's top feature stories of 2018. Scientific American editors discuss the stories they consider to be most important or... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-12-28      
 - Scrubbing Carbon from the Sky. The first direct air capture and storage plant in the world is powered by geothermal heat in Iceland. Is it enough... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-10-31      
 - What Do Honeybees Do in Winter?. To survive the cold winter months, honeybees do something unusual: they hug. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-10-26      
 - How Do Birds Know to Fly South?. Birds such as the Arctic tern used magnetic particles and eye pigments to navigate. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-10-23      
 - A Nobel Laureate Explains America’s Rigged Economy. The United States has the highest level of economic inequality of any developed country.... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-08-18      
 - How Do We Measure the Distance to Stars?. The answer lies in the tiny shifts we see in a star's position as Earth revolves around the sun. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-07-26      
 - How Coastal Communities Are Already Retreating from Rising Seas. When it comes to the unsustainable development of the American coastline, New... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-07-20      
 - How Can Scientists Help Make Cities More Sustainable?. Researchers have data. Corporate executives have innovations. Mayors have real problems to... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-07-10      
 - Destructive Hippos, Chatty Whales, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Explore Arctic ponds created by invading beavers, reefs ruled by sharks,... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-07-04      
 - How Is the Declaration of Independence Preserved?. The National Archives and Records Administration uses science and technology to keep one of... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-06-29      
 - How Does the Color of a Glass Bottle Affect the Beer Inside?. Light triggers chemical reactions that make beer taste like skunk spray and onions. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-06-16      
 - Why Don't Bees Celebrate Father's Day?. Drone bees don’t have fathers, but they still have family. Chromosomes are the key to understanding the... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-05-31      
 - How Did Hawaii Form?. The volcanic island chain was born when the Pacific tectonic plate drifted over a hotspot in Earth’s mantle. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-05-25      
 - How Does Google Know Everything about Me?. You may wonder how Google knows what you’re typing, where you are or even what you’re... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-05-02      
 - What Sensors Are in a Smartphone?. Smartphone sensors locate your phone in time and space. Working together, several sensors can paint a fairly... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-04-13      
 - Why Do Bananas Change Color?. Bananas undergo chemical and physical changes to become more appealing. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-03-12      
 - If You Think It’s Love, Switch to Decaf: How We Misinterpret Emotional Arousal. Psychology shows a great date might be more than just a walk in... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-02-26      
 - Noisy Fish, Bird Drumming, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen to birds sounding the alarm with their feathers and a particularly loud... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-02-21      
 - Scaly Plastic Snakeskins Inch Immobile Robots Forward. These stretchy skins help robots move across rough surfaces, and potentially promote... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-02-19      
 - What Is the Bystander Effect?. If you suffer a heart attack in a crowd, you would be less likely to get help than if there were only one or two... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-02-13      
 - The Neuroscience of Figure Skating. Skaters' brains adapt to their complex routines. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-02-08      
 - Why Do Curling Stones Curl?. Curling at the highest level requires careful calculations and a little finesse with physics. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-02-01      
 - Air-Water Robot Uses Explosive Launch. An insect size robot converts water to gas and ignites it to spring free of water and take flight. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-01-31      
 - Origami Lattice Folds between Dimensions. Origami lattices have twofold benefits for nanotechnology and medical care. 
   
Scientific American | 2018-01-11      
 - New Volcano Survey Accounts for Materials Ejected from a Volcano. Researchers used autonomous and remotely operated underwater vehicles to survey... 
   
Scientific American | 2018-01-05      
 - Bonobos Prefer “Jerks” Over Helpers. A new study shows joining “jerks” provides unexpected benefits for bonobos 
   
Scientific American | 2017-12-19      
 - Looking Back at the Year in Science. Our editors recap some of the most notable science stories of 2017. Check out... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-12-15      
 - Spincredible Dreidel Tips and Tricks. Become a dreidel “spinologist” and compete for the longest time of spin. 
   
Scientific American | 2017-12-06      
 - Dwarf Mongooses Struggle to Fit In and Dig In. These mammals cannot eat a lot of food when they are on their own, and spend months integrating... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-12-04      
 - Breakthrough Prize in Physics Goes to Cosmos-Mapping Team. This year’s Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics was awarded to the team... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-11-28      
 - The Mad Science of Creativity. On October 17, Scientific American hosted a special event on creativity at The Bell House in Brooklyn, New York,... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-11-17      
 - Snap, Crackle, Whop--How to Win the Wishbone. Don’t crack under pressure! Explore the scientific—and sometimes sleazy—secrets to win a wish... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-11-03      
 - New Frizzy-Haired Orangutan Species. An isolated group of orangutans in Sumatra is the first new great ape species described since the 1920s, and... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-10-31      
 - Frog's Ribbiting Romance, Cosmic Speed Demons, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Explore the reasoning behind plants using water more... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-10-26      
 - The Pitfalls of Growing a Monster Pumpkin. Squashing the competition at a giant pumpkin weigh-off requires patience, persistence—and a little... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-10-17      
 - Neutron Star Collisions Create Gold. Astrophysicists searching for gravitational waves have finally learned what happens when you crash two... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-10-12      
 - The Secret Social Life of a Solitary Puma. Hidden cameras caught these cats sharing prey with their neighbors, suggesting pumas have a more... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-29      
 - Wild Dogs Sneeze to Vote. African wild dog packs have a sneeze democracy. When a dog tires of napping and is ready to hunt, they sneeze. If... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-28      
 - Robot Uses Exoskeletons to Float and Fly. This versatile bot clads itself in different exoskeletons that let it tackle unique environmental... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-25      
 - Cannibalistic Caterpillars, Bats Bonking into Windows, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Discover why bats fly into windows, how caterpillars... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-22      
 - Orange Peel Jungle, Eclipse Chasers, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Learn how an orange juice maker used 12,000 tons of orange peels to... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-21      
 - How to Explore Otherwordly Oceans. As NASA continues exploring other worlds across the solar system, tools deep ocean biologists use to study... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-14      
 - Cassini’s Grand Finale. The Cassini spacecraft has spent the last two decades exploring Saturn and its unique moons, making discoveries that... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-09-11      
 - Polar Bear Treadmill, Eclipse Petroglyphs, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Discover how blue-bellied lizards get spooked by bright colors,... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-31      
 - VR Theme Park Hopes to Push Public Pickup. VR World is a virtual reality theme park that presents curated video games and 360-degree artistic... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-28      
 - What Is a Skin Allergy?. Poison ivy or a new perfume making you break out and itch? Your skin normally works as if in harmony to protect you from... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-24      
 - Totality in Tennessee. Experience a total solar eclipse on a Tennessee farm during the Great American Eclipse of 2017. This timelapse shows the... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-17      
 - Becoming Cyborg. A new documentary explores the strange new world of the contemporary cyborg movement, and the people that add electronics to... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-11      
 - The Mediterranean Diets Winners, Celebrities and Twitter Bots, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen to how a species of lizard seems to... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-04      
 - Whistling Worms, A Computer that Can Identify Beauty, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about the insects that make their... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-08-03      
 - Well-Preserved Armored Fossil Reveals Cretaceous Camouflage. The Cretaceous Period was a dangerous time for many animals, even for the... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-28      
 - Battery-Free Cell Phones, Political Lightning Rods, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about the political nature of... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-28      
 - Racing to a Future of Autonomous Cars. The Robocar, a fully autonomous electric racecar, recently debuted in Times Square, New York City. Watch... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-27      
 - Witness the Solar Eclipse without Frying your Eyes or your Camera. America is preparing for a sea-to-shining-sea solar eclipse. Here’s how you... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-21      
 - Soft Robot Moves by Mimicking Plants. A tough but flexible bot unfurls like a plant using a pressurized plastic tube to inch through rugged... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-20      
 - Damaged Bears Find Solace in Rehab. Watch how Carpathian brown bears, scarred by the Eastern European tradition of training bears to dance for... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-19      
 - Watch a Wolf Pup Vet Visit. These eight-week-old Mexican gray wolf puppies got a clean bill of health at their first vet checkup this week. After... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-13      
 - A Close-Up of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. New photos were just released from Juno’s most recent flyover of the enormous, centuries-old storm... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-07-12      
 - Fire Ants Build Eiffel Tower Structures. When fire ants build a structure, they avoid getting crushed by their fellow ants by following a simple... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-30      
 - Living With Wolves, Bogus Bed Bug Sightings, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about how the misidentification of bed bugs... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-27      
 - Giant Model Mimics Damaged Dam Spillway. When the Oroville Dam spillway cracked and failed after a wet California winter, a team of scientists... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-20      
 - Chimps Engage in Costly Quid Pro Quo. Chimpanzees have been known to cooperate when there is no foreseeable personal cost. Watch and learn... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-12      
 - Spotting Counterfeit Caviar, Macron Invites Trumped Scientists, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn how proposed budgets cuts... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-09      
 - Why Do Allergies Make You Sneeze?. Do you suffer from allergies? Follow the dendritic cell and the entire Scientific American Allergy Orchestra... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-08      
 - How to Weigh a Star Using Gravitational Lensing. Astronomers recently tapped Einsteins concept of gravitational lensing to determine the weight... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-06-01      
 - Searching for Life at the Bottom of the Arctic. Creatures living among the hydrothermal vents burbling under the Arctic Oceans ice layer have... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-31      
 - Bees Seek Nicotine Fixes, Volcano Boosting Meteorites and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen in to discover how religion may have... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-19      
 - Wing Windows Reveal Insect Origami. Ladybird beetles fold their hindwings into a tidy, Z-shaped package under their bright spotted shell.... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-19      
 - The Impact of Tiny Space Dust, Gophers vs. Volcanos, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about how tiny particles of space... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-18      
 - Watch This Parrotlet Nail a Long Jump. This palm-size parrot uses a touch of wing to leap from branch to branch so it can save energy as it looks... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-12      
 - Tackling China’s Devastating Yellow River Floods. After learning how the waterway transports a billion tons of sediment into the sea each year,... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-12      
 - The Dangers of Noise, Digestion-Improving Chilis, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about the dangers of human-produced... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-10      
 - Mans Best Friend the Fox, Cave Dirt DNA, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen to how foxes can be given a domesticated disposition... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-09      
 - Fish Released into the Revitalized Bronx River. The release of 400 alewife herring marks a significant milestone in a broader river cleanup... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-05-03      
 - Slime Houses of Pinky-Size Plankton Cycle Carbon. This tiny larvacean blows up a mucus balloon up to a meter across. It pumps water through... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-04-26      
 - Treating Traces of Trauma, Why Your Shoes Are Untied, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about the way researchers have... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-04-24      
 - Scientists and Science Supporters Marched--Now What?. Thousands congregated in the nations capital and other cities in the U.S. and around the... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-04-20      
 - Interstellar Projectiles Zoom around Us at Blistering Speeds. Zipping around us at millions of miles per hour are hypervelocity stars, the black... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-04-19      
 - Cats Prefer People, Battling Bed Bugs, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about the extreme Colorado storm that did a... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-04-17      
 - Abundant Exoplanets, Monkey Grudges, and More: 60 Second Science Podcasts. Listen and learn about the increased odds of finding life among the... 
   
Scientific American | 2017-04-11      
 - Quantum computers Computing the impossible. Large quantum computers are difficult to build, but they can answer questions too complicated for...