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    • Scientific American, October 2011

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    "The Dark Side of the Milky Way": Dark matter remains mysterious but its nonetheless helping to explain the odd things about the galaxy. "A New Ally against Cancer": The FDA recently okayed the first therapeutic vaccine against cancer, and other drugs that enlist the immune system to fight tumors are under study. "Afghanistan’s Buried Riches": Geologists working in the war-torn country say newfound deposits there could fulfill the world’s desire for rare-earth and other critical minerals.

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    • Scientific American, July 2011

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
    • Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 32 Min.
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    “The Limits of Intelligence": The laws of physics may prevent the human brain from evolving into an ever more powerful thinking machine. "The Best Medicine": Doctors may have come up with a prescription for our skyrocketing health care costs. "The Last Great Global Warming": Surprising new evidence suggests that the pace of the earth’s most abrupt prehistoric warm-up paled in comparison to what we face today.

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    • Scientific American, September 2011

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
    • Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 21 Min.
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    "Street Savvy": Meeting the biggest challenge starts with the city. "The Social Nexus": The best way to harness a city’s potential for creativity and innovation. "Global Bazaar": Today’s street markets and shantytowns are forging the world’s urban future. "Castles in the Air": Why building skyscrapers makes sense on many levels. "How Green Is My City": Why retrofitting is the best way to clean up urban living.

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    • Scientific American, June 2011

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
    • Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 17 Min.
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    “Living in a Quantum World ": Quantum mechanics applies to things of all sizes: birds, plants and maybe even people. "A Test for Consciousness": A simple test that could ascertain whether a machine is truly conscious. "Planning for the Black Swan": The accident at Fukushima has focused attention on a new generation of U. S. nuclear reactors. "Inside the Meat Lab".

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    • Scientific American, May 2011

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    “7 Radical Energy Solutions": Exotic technologies that could significantly improve energy security and efficiency. "The Lost Galaxy": The observable universe contains 200 billion galaxies. Astronomers wonder: Why so few? "The Hidden Organ in Our Eyes": Studying these specialized neurons could lead to new treatments for winter depression and other conditions. "Fast Track to Vaccines": Analyzing all the layers of the immune system at once speeds design and may one day deal a decisive blow against HIV.

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    • Scientific American, April 2011

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
    • Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 33 Min.
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    "The Inflation Debate": Our best explanation of how the universe evolved must be fixed – or replaced. "The Enemy Within": A new pattern of antibiotic resistance may soon leave us defenseless against a frighteningly wide range of dangerous bacterial infections. "Neuroscience in the Courtroom": Brain scans and other types of neurological evidence could transform judicial views of personal credibility and responsibility.

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    • Scientific American, December 2011

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
    • Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 35 Min.
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    "World Changing Ideas": 10 new technologies that will make a big difference. "This Way to Mars": The human space program could get astronauts to Mars cheaply and quickly. "After the Deluge": Cities and states are changing their infrastructure to counteract severe weather. "Ants & the Art of War": The diverse tactics that ants use in combat can be remarkably similar to human war strategies.

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    • Scientific American, November 2011

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    "The First Americans": Humans colonized the New World earlier than previously thought – a revelation that is forcing scientists to rethink long-standing ideas. "Digging Mars": The Mars Phoenix mission has revived hopes that the Red Planet may be habitable. "Can We Feed the World and Sustain the Planet?": A five-step global plan could double food production while greatly reducing environmental damage.

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    • Scientific American, August 2011

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    “Does the Multiverse Really Exist?": Proof of parallel universes different from our own may still lie beyond the domain of science. "The Evolution of Grandparents": Senior citizens may have been the secret to our species’ success. "How to Build a Better Learner": Brain studies suggest new ways to improve reading, writing, arithmetic, and even social skills.

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    • Scientific American, September 2010

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    Published since 1845, Scientific American is the most well-known and most highly-respected science and technology monthly in the world. From the inventions of Morse, Edison, and Bell to the accomplishments of Einstein, Salk, and Jarvik to the personal experiences of astronaut Shannon Lucid on Mir, Scientific American plays a vital role in bringing scientific and technological achievement to the attention of the general public.

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    • Scientific American, July, 2010

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    Published since 1845, Scientific American is the most well-known and most highly-respected science and technology monthly in the world. From the inventions of Morse, Edison, and Bell to the accomplishments of Einstein, Salk, and Jarvik to the personal experiences of astronaut Shannon Lucid on Mir, Scientific American plays a vital role in bringing scientific and technological achievement to the attention of the general public.

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    • Scientific American, August 2010

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    Published since 1845, Scientific American is the most well-known and most highly-respected science and technology monthly in the world. From the inventions of Morse, Edison, and Bell to the accomplishments of Einstein, Salk, and Jarvik to the personal experiences of astronaut Shannon Lucid on Mir, Scientific American plays a vital role in bringing scientific and technological achievement to the attention of the general public.

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    • Scientific American, October 2010

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    Published since 1845, Scientific American is the most well-known and most highly-respected science and technology monthly in the world. From the inventions of Morse, Edison, and Bell to the accomplishments of Einstein, Salk, and Jarvik to the personal experiences of astronaut Shannon Lucid on Mir, Scientific American plays a vital role in bringing scientific and technological achievement to the attention of the general public.

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    • Scientific American, November, 2010

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    Published since 1845, Scientific American is the most well-known and most highly-respected science and technology monthly in the world. From the inventions of Morse, Edison, and Bell to the accomplishments of Einstein, Salk, and Jarvik to the personal experiences of astronaut Shannon Lucid on Mir, Scientific American plays a vital role in bringing scientific and technological achievement to the attention of the general public.

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    • Scientific American, January 2011

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    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    "Dawn of the Deed": Fish fossils have pushed back the origin of copulation in backboned animals – suggesting a key turning point in our evolution. "Contact: The Day After": A worldwide collaborative effort to search for extraterrestrial intelligence has astronomers believing we are going to pick up a signal from an extra terrestrial very soon.

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    • Scientific American, December, 2010

    • Autor: Scientific American
    • Sprecher: Mark Moran
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    Published since 1845, Scientific American is the most well-known and most highly-respected science and technology monthly in the world. From the inventions of Morse, Edison, and Bell to the accomplishments of Einstein, Salk, and Jarvik to the personal experiences of astronaut Shannon Lucid on Mir, Scientific American plays a vital role in bringing scientific and technological achievement to the attention of the general public.

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