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  • HIV and AIDSby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    On June 5, 1981, the scientific community received a wake-up call from the CDC regarding a terrible and mysterious new illness that caused immune system failure. A year passed before it had a name: AIDS. Reported infections skyrocketed while science raced to understand a virus that hid among our own cells and mutated quickly. Three decades later,... more...

  • The Science of Educationby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    Pell Grants, charter schools, home schooling, SATs, report cards, and yes, even permanent records. The language of education is familiar to most everyone, but the science of education is much more elusive. Educators, academics and scientists have struggled with issues like how to make learning approachable yet challenging, what to include in the... more...

  • Battling Droughtby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    The extreme drought in the US Southwest has brought the issues of water use and management to the forefront of media attention. Historically, arguments over water rights have plagued this area since the days of John Wesley Powell, and disputes mark the relations between states, city-dwellers, farmers, and environmentalists to this day. Add to that... more...

  • Storm Warnings: Climate Change and Extreme Weatherby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    Hurricanes. Blizzards. Flooding. Drought. If extreme events like these seem to be on the rise, it?s for apparent reason. The first three-quarters of 2012 brought the worst European winter in 25 years; massive flooding in Australia, Brazil and China; a deepening drought affecting over 50% of the US; and Hurricane Sandy inflicted massive damage on the... more...

  • Lights Outby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    Traditionally, the four horsemen of the apocalypse are war, famine, plague and death; but while classical authors were familiar with only four horsemen, modern ones could add events such as environmental devastation and nearby supernovas. In this eBook we look at several "end of the world" scenarios ? or at least, things that could make human life... more...

  • A Look Backby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2012; US$ 3.99

    It?s hard to believe 2012 is coming to a close. Lucky for us, this year has seen some amazing science, and in this eBook, we?ve compiled Scientific American?s best stories of 2012 with an eye on content, authorship and news value. Section One kicks off with the award-winners. This year, Scientific American editors received awards from the National... more...

  • The Influenza Threatby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    The onset of cold weather brings out the boots, coats, gloves ? and the block-lettered, stoplight-red ?Flu Shots Available Here? signs in drugstore windows. And with good reason. For many scientists and public health specialists alike, flu season has become a little like Russian Roulette. The likelihood of a deadly pandemic outbreak of influenza is... more...

  • Disarming Cupidby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    Sometimes All You Need Is Love; sometimes Love Is a Battlefield. Whether Love Hurts, Bites, Will Keep Us Together, Will Tear Us Apart or Is a Four-Letter Word, it seems we Want To Know What Love Is. Love ? in both the abstract and the up-close-and-personal ? has always provided limitless inspiration for artists, writers and musicians, but scientists... more...

  • Understanding Autismby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    The term ?autism? first appeared in the early 1900s and comes from the Greek word ?autos,? meaning self, used to describe conditions of social withdrawal ? or the isolated self. Today, autism is one of three diagnoses that the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) includes in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). While our understanding... more...

  • The Future of Energyby Scientific American Editors

    Scientific American 2013; US$ 3.99

    Since the Industrial Revolution our civilization has depended on fossil fuels to generate energy ? first it was coal; then petroleum. But there are two problems: the first is that petroleum isn't an infinite resource; and the second is that burning coal and oil puts billions of tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, trapping heat. Temperatures... more...