FALL 2014 | DOWNLOAD PDF
A beekeeper who wants to make bees better housekeepers, helping athletes open up about concussions, solar energy’s bright future, a hot-weather fungus that has bulls shooting blanks, and the happiness factor in cycling.
the renaissance of the car
New rules of the road are kicking innovation into overdrive.
a sea change in shell science
How does any oyster build its shell? Not the way we’ve been taught.
serious science, safer food
In the fight against pathogens, not even your shopping bag is off the hook.
the renegade receptor
There’s more to indigo than blue.
the chemistry of math
It takes a lot of math to engineer a better way to manufacture drugs.
a pestilence of pigweed
When a mutant superweed runs amok, crop yields plummet. What’s the answer?
SPRING 2014 | DOWNLOAD PDF
Mudskipper fish and salamanders reveal some clues about how animals first came ashore, a computer game helps stroke patients recover, science goes deep in the Intelligent River, and a new facility puts wind power to the test.
the business of friendship isn’t business
Philosopher Todd May has a message for the world: Find real friendship.
what is character and how do we get it?
Charles Starkey says listing traits won’t cut it.
patients programmed for trouble
For a student in nursing, the toughest patient may be a mannequin.
your story for a mug
If your coffee mug could talk, what kind of story would it tell?
vital robotics with people in mind
Keeping it human with rooms and equipment for the digital age.
seeding the future
Sorghum could save resources and boost the food supply.
Your workspace awaits your command.
FALL 2013 | DOWNLOAD PDF
carbon’s magic carpet
The slow rise of renewable energy needs a jolt to boost power and close a gap in the flow of electrical energy. Researchers may have found an answer in Earth’s foremost building block: carbon.
launching the venture
Start-up companies put research discoveries to work in the marketplace.
charting the stormy seas of social media
With good tools, researchers make sense of the tempest of posts and tweets.
the biggest, baddest boom
A man who loves explosions tracks the oldest and best of them all.
a gnawing problem
Go ahead, laugh. But solutions to squirrel damage do not grow on trees.