New Scientist Magazine -02 July 2016 (NS020716)


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No. 3080 Leaders Post Brexit, experts need to reassert their value to society NEWS UPFRONT Supreme Court strikes down abortion restrictions in Texas Hubble spots a new long-lived storm raging on Neptune Juno probe set to arrive at Jupiter five years after launch China plans for space station with most powerful rocket launch Huge newfound deposit of helium will keep MRI scanners running NASA approves five more years for Hubble Space Telescope Zika vaccine protects mice, but may increase risk of dengue 60 Seconds THIS WEEK New life form discovered in saliva is linked to human disease Princess Leia brainwaves may help you learn in your sleep Elderly monkeys choose to have fewer friends – just like us People who meditate are more aware of their unconscious brain Who needs water? Dry volcanic vents more alive than wet soil IN BRIEF Tourists pick up antibiotic-resistance genes in just two days Nano-camera lens reveals the hidden mirror world of molecules Pluto must have liquid ocean or it'd look like an overripe peac Watch a baby sea turtle being hypnotised so we can weigh it Beautifully preserved feathers belonged to tiny flying dinosaurs Shampoo bottles get nano-makeover to to squeeze out every drop Strange ‘dark hydrogen’ may exist deep inside gas giant planets Electric fields could help us wage war on destructive feral pigs ANALYSIS When is an animal a person? Neuroscience tries to set the rules Angry scientists must fight to pick up the pieces after Brexit Stop vets offering homeopathy – placebo doesn’t work for pets Male infertility cure will be gateway to editing our kids’ genes TECHNOLOGY Hear! Here! Headphones will now help you navigate the world APERTURE Blue jeans frog strikes a dramatic pose in Costa Rica FEATURES Ark of the immortals: The future-proof plan to freeze out death Some people choose to be frozen at death. Here’s how it happens Why I signed up to have my head cryogenically frozen Filthy Romans: Dirty secrets of the bath-obsessed ancients Hot ice: The invisible threat making planes fall out of the sky PEOPLE I want to put your death on ice so that you can live again CULTURE How Alan Turing found machine thinking in the human mind Ancient arts trump game-playing in virtual-reality documentaries Face to face in the Arctic with a terrifying new sublime Regulars LETTERS, FEEDBACK, THE LAST WORD

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Publisher New Scientist
Title New Scientist Magazine
Frequency Weekly
Sector Hobbies & Interests
Date 2 Jul 2016
Month July
Year 2016