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- Buddhini Samarasinghe – The Hallmarks of Cancer: 2 – Insensitivity to Antigrowth Signals


- Joel Taylor – California’s Renewable Energy Program: Could Quantum Devices Be a Part of It?


- Dana Mackenzie – Dances, Billiards, and Pretzels and Why So Few Mathematicians? II


- Adrian Dudek – Billiards and how to give a good maths talk


- Julie Rehmeyer – The future role of computers in mathematics


- John Cook – Michael Atiyah on exposition


- Layla Eplett – Linguistically Modified Foods? How Language May Shape Perception Of GMs


- Julie Hecht – One Day, You Will Smell Like a Dead Chicken


- Scott Barry Kaufman – Mind Wandering: A New Personal Intelligence Perspective


- Maureen McCarthy – Chimps in Uganda: Reflections on a Year


- David Wogan – Market forces have been hurting coal long before the EPA’s CO2 rules and A reminder that prices matter


- Sheril Kirshenbaum – It’s Not “Nice” To Include Women In The Energy Sector, It’s Essential


- John R. Platt – Dig This: Decline of Australian Digging Mammals Impacts Entire Ecosystems


- Jason G. Goldman – Golden Eagle Versus Deer: Eagle Wins


- Kate Clancy – Survival, On the Roller Derby and Tenure Tracks


- Glendon Mellow – Knowledge Pupates


- Brian Malow – Stunning Live Visual Effects in Box


- Joanne Manaster – Box–The Synthesis of Real and Digital Space (with Robots!)


- Caleb A. Scharf – Astrobiology Roundup


- Scicurious – Keeping in Touch


- Mariette DiChristina – Google Science Fair 2013 Finalist Gala


- The Editors – Popular special edition adapted for eBook format: Becoming Human: Our Past, Present and Future*



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