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Scientific American, May 2011 | [Scientific American]

Scientific American, May 2011

“7 Radical Energy Solutions": Exotic technologies that could significantly improve energy security and efficiency. "The Lost Galaxy": The observable universe contains 200 billion galaxies. Astronomers wonder: Why so few? "The Hidden Organ in Our Eyes": Studying these specialized neurons could lead to new treatments for winter depression and other conditions. "Fast Track to Vaccines": Analyzing all the layers of the immune system at once speeds design and may one day deal a decisive blow against HIV.
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“7 Radical Energy Solutions": Exotic technologies that could significantly improve energy security and efficiency.

"The Lost Galaxy": The observable universe contains 200 billion galaxies. Astronomers wonder: Why so few?

"The Hidden Organ in Our Eyes": Studying these specialized neurons could lead to new treatments for winter depression and other conditions.

"Fast Track to Vaccines": Analyzing all the layers of the immune system at once speeds design and may one day deal a decisive blow against HIV.

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