New Scientist Magazine -09 July 2016 (NS090716)


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No. 3081 TABLE OF CONTENTS Leaders Doctors should warn women about the real risks of childbirth Trying to save ‘doomed’ species isn’t futile if we learn from it NEWS UPFRONT Deep-sea alliance set to probe Earth’s final frontier NASA's Juno probe enters near-perfect orbit around Jupiter It's safe to prescribe fewer antibiotics for coughs and colds Tesla driver dies in first fatal autonomous car crash in US Zambia to push ahead with controversial plan to cull 2000 hippos China builds world's largest radio telescope to hunt for aliens Turtle herpes outbreak hints at Great Barrier Reef contamination 60 Seconds THIS WEEK UK doctors may officially warn women of vaginal birth risks Neutrinos hint at why antimatter didn't blow up the universe Illusion makes people ‘feel’ force field around their body First evidence that synaesthesia gives colour to sign language IN BRIEF Bears turn into couch potatoes thanks to fast food binges Gene editing could destroy herpes viruses living inside you Fiery exoplanet may see a trillion lightning flashes in an hour Rafting allowed this sea slug to conquer the world's oceans Roller-coasting birds soar for months and may snooze while aloft Impossible vanishing stars could be signs of advanced alien life Gut bacteria spotted eating brain chemicals for the first time Prehistoric tombs may have doubled as star-gazing observatories ANALYSIS The unknown effect of the pill on teenage bones and brains Rip up the rule book and let NASA's Mars rover check ‘life’ zone Googly-eyed robots rule: Why it's vital to make us like them Green lining? Five ways Brexit could be good for the environment TECHNOLOGY DNA sequencing turns rivers into ecosystem surveillance systems APERTURE Shocking beauty: The unexpected charms of the high-voltage lab FEATURES All about me: How to be a successful narcissist How to bring out your best to beat narcissistic jobseekers Too cute to lose: Saving the rarest mammal from extinction Cosmic carve-up: Law and plunder on the final frontier Nomad’s land: Journey into the rugged heart of the Sahara CULTURE Antidepressants on trial: Are they a wonder or a danger? Pests for dinner: Taking down invasive species a bite at a time The 100-Year Life: How to make longevity a blessing, not a curse Regulars LETTERS, FEEDBACK, THE LAST WORD

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Publisher New Scientist
Title New Scientist Magazine
Frequency Weekly
Sector Hobbies & Interests
Date 9 Jul 2016
Month July
Year 2016