Cosmos - 4 Sep 2019

Table of content - Cosmos (4 Sep 2019)

DANCES WITH WOLVES
HANDS-FREE FOSSILS
10,000 WOMEN
VILE VEGGIES
CAN RESEARCH SAVE EXMOUTH GULF?
OCEAN MICROBES: EARTH'S SAVIOURS?
COPYCAT KILLERS HIDING IN PLAIN SIGHT
THAT CYBORG GUY HEARING COLOURS
ISLAND ENERGY AUTONOMY
MINDBENDING MATHS
JARED DIAMOND
BIODIVERSITY
ASTEROIDS
BEER
Orkney islander and Tesla enthusiast Mick Fraser,
VIRTUAL PALAEONTOLGY
INDUSTRY OR SANCTUARY?
GRAVITY-DEFYING MATHS
CYBERNETIC ORGANISMS
BRAIN STIMULATION
Why people who hate their veggies may have a superpower.
Jared Diamond on why civilisation needs to crash through or crash.
Mimics with murder on their mind.
Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, Rome
Introducing gravito electro-magnetism
Doctor and author Matt McCarthy
Science meets popular culture in our lead review
Why we need to think small
Naracoorte’s treasures
Influential anthropologist Jared Diamond
The battle for Exmouth Gulf
What to do if it does happen
Alan Finkel takes to the air
The threat we pose
The eco-warriors of the Orkney Islands
What can we learn from a seashell?
Ancestors’ stories of ocean rise
Australia’s new rabbit database
A new look at fossils
Katie Mack muses on superflares
Does it help depression?
Actually, it is rocket science
Dispatches from the world of research
Interview with a cyborg
In lager, veritas
Astronaut Charles Camarda
Mimics of the aggressive kind
Fiendishly fun puzzles
Pleased to Meet Me
Women in STEM unite
FROM THE LEAD SCIENTIST
CONTRIBUTORS
FROM THE PUBLISHER
LightSail away
LightSail away
Soap bubbles form natural snowdomes
Spider silk is 10 times stronger than Kevlar
Don’t forget – less chilli
No joke, laugh tracks do make us laugh
Odds stacked against privacy, study shows
A tree stump that refuses to die
Speediest quantum operation yet
Scientists create the world’s thinnest gold
So, why a cone-shaped meteorite?
Nerve surgery restores movement in paralysed hands
The physics of the dandelion
RESPONSES TO OCEAN RISE: THE ANCESTORS’ TALES
RESPONSES TO OCEAN RISE: THE ANCESTORS’ TALES
SUPERFLARES DON’T GO AWAY ENTIRELY
LOW EMISSIONS ON A LONG-DISTANCE FLIGHT
ENCOUNTERS WITH WOLVES
ENCOUNTERS WITH WOLVES
VIRTUAL PALAEONTOLOGY
VIRTUAL PALAEONTOLOGY
A ROLLS-ROYCE RECORD OF BIODIVERSITY
A ROLLS-ROYCE RECORD OF BIODIVERSITY
WHAT COLOURS CAN YOU HEAR?
WHAT COLOURS CAN YOU HEAR?
IS BRAIN STIMULATION WORTH IT?
THE BATTLE FOR NINGALOO’S NURSERY
THE AMAZING CONCEPT OF GRAVITO– ELECTROMAGNETISM
THE AMAZING CONCEPT OF GRAVITO– ELECTROMAGNETISM
AN ISLAND REVOLUTION
STROMNESS
FALL OF WARNESS TIDAL TEST SITE
BURGAR HILL WIND FARM, MAINLAND ISLAND
Jared Diamond writes about upheaval, but is ‘cautiously optimistic’
A story of life on the infection frontline
Female scientists gaining recognition
It really is rocket science
Meet your tastes
Particle Panic!
Meet your tastes
A story of life on the infection frontline
In lager, veritas: the physics of beer
Women’s work: the struggle for female recognition in science
Science plus popular culture makes for a great read
Incredible Journeys: Exploring the Wonders of Animal Navigation
Against Nature
At the Edge of Time: Exploring the Mysteries of our Universe’s First Seconds
Perfect Motion: How Walking Makes Us Wiser
Superbugs: The Race to Stop an Epidemic
Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction
Animal Beauty: On the Evolution of Biological Aesthetics
The Cat in the Box
What can we learn from a seashell?
Bianchini’s meridian, Rome
Actually, it is rocket science
The asteroid is coming. So what do we do?
The asteroid is coming. So what do we do?
Murderous mimics
Huygens, the horological hero
Who Said?
WHERE IN THE COSMOS?
COMPETITION
HINT:
Cosmos Codeword
It Figures
SOLUTIONS: COSMOS 83
COMPETITION WINNERS
Charles Camarda: why we need to fail to succeed

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