Table of Contents January 2007

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braingate259
Robots with feeling, mental mouse: man meets machine, the light-computer interface, and more
stem-cells225
Hairy crabs, zapping wounds to heal them, the fastest animal attack, and more
bladder250
The first artificial-yet-organic organ, "World Trade Center cough," spiritual shrooms, and more.
neanderthal225
The biggest predator ever, dangerous tyrannosaurus love, the hobbit wars, and more
roach-cartoon180
The insect nervous system provides clues to attention, consciousness, and the origin of the brain.
A special report on the most amazing and important science news of the year.
marvin-minsky224
The legendary pioneer of artificial intelligence ponders the brain, bashes neuroscience, and lays out a plan for superhuman robot servants.
Nanotech emerges from Pandora's box, DDT the lifesaver, FDA & NCI [heart] HPV vaccine.
muirglacierbefore210
Global warming as hot topic, water worlds under Antarctic ice, King Tut's alien heat source, and more.
darkmatter225
The makings of life in space, dark matter in the spotlight, the first inflatable space station, and more.
mice218
Heart-healthy bacon, errata for the genetic rulebook, first tree genome sequenced, and more.
The math discovery of the century (already!), math that's in your ear.
coma225
Racism has shades of gray, strokes cancel nicotine addiction, what makes a human brain, and more.
milk130
Milk makes many twins, TB and polio rebound, and the danger lurking in cesareans.
solar-panels225
Orangutans even more endangered, GMOs: so-so, the rise of alternative energy, and more.
Where are they lurking, when will we find them, and will pictures of naked people impress them?
afghanistan-nasa428
It is difficult to map a land, and Afghanistan remains as elusive as a terrorist in hiding.
invisibility-device428
Invisibility cloak invented, teleportation works (but not for you), Einstein the swinger, and more.

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A woman's terrible stomach pain turns deadly.
Describing ideas so subtle they are literally beyond words.
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