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Scientific American, March 2012 Periodical

Scientific American, March 2012

"What Makes Each Brain Unique": How “jumping genes” make each person unique. "The Far, Far Future of Stars": New types of celestial phenomena that will unfold over the coming billions and trillions of years. "The Shadow Web": Digital activists want to build an alternative network that can never be blocked, filtered or shut down. "Blocking HIV’s Attack": Scientists are beginning human trials of a treatment that holds promise for eliminating the HIV virus from the body.
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In this issue:

"What Makes Each Brain Unique": How “jumping genes” make each person unique.

"The Far, Far Future of Stars": New types of celestial phenomena that will unfold over the coming billions and trillions of years.

"The Shadow Web": Digital activists want to build an alternative network that can never be blocked, filtered or shut down.

"Blocking HIV’s Attack": Scientists are beginning human trials of a treatment that holds promise for eliminating the HIV virus from the body.

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