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Special Report: What's Next for the Arctic? 

In 1894 John William Strutt, Lord Rayleigh—who later went on to garner the 1904 Nobel Prize in Physics—penned an appreciation in Scientific American about the work of John Tyndall, an Irish physics professor, mathematician, geologist, atmospheric scientist, public lecturer and mountaineer...

STAFFJuly 16, 2019 — Mariette DiChristina

Cities Are Surprisingly Fragile

Congestion, rising housing prices, rising cost of living and increased homelessness are all stressors—but so-called social compacts can help

June 25, 2019 — Michael Hunter, J. David Selby and Kevin C. DeSouza

Rise of the Extinction Deniers

Just like climate deniers, they’re out to obfuscate and debase the scientists and conservationists trying to save the world—and maybe get rid of a few pesky species in the process...

June 22, 2019 — John R. Platt

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Lifestyle Changes. Lifetime Benefits.

Lifestyle Changes. Lifetime Benefits.

A New Outlook for Old Age