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New Scientist reports on the very latest science and technology news each week through the magazine, and each day on the website-- putting discoveries and advances in the context of everyday life. Based in London, with seven editorial offices and a network of expert correspondents around the world, New Scientist is the one consumer science magazine that provides a truly global perspective. Art availability varies.
New Scientist Samples
Even though munching Bt crops still kills the majority of 13 major pests, the agro-giants know they are in an evolutionary arms race. Dow AgroSciences has developed the first three-toxin crop, a variety of cotton.
One Per Cent. Mould-free strawberries, one-kilometre high skyscrapers and speedy app updates. UV fridges keep fruit mould-free. Tired of your strawberries going mouldy almost instantly?
Web of autism genes pinpoints key players. By tracing the interactions between genes linked to autism, researchers have built a network that lets them identify those most likely to cause the disorder. HERE'S a game of join the dots.
The costs of careless farming. RESISTANCE is far from futile. That is dismaying, but it should not come as a surprise. Originally, only the GM crops were resistant to glyphosate, so spraying it enabled farmers to control weeds without harming crops.
Features. 34 Space vs time. 38 Out of thin air. 42 The fake outdoors Nature needn't be realÂ to heal. 45 Heed the evidence Common sense is notÂ the best way to fight crime. 38. Out of thin air. Medical lessons fromÂ the world's highest places.
Dementia boom. CHINA has a time bomb on its hands. Cases of all forms of age-related dementia in the country rose from 3.7 million in 1990 to 9.2 million in 2010.
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