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Fertile Ground: The Long-Neglected Science of Female Reproductive Health
公共卫生

Fertile Ground: The Long-Neglected Science of Female Reproductive Health

When the discussion of reproductive health is dominated by the political will to control it,gaps in medical research get overshadowed

By Clara Moskowitz and Jen Schwartz
What Is the Point of a Period?
身体

What Is the Point of a Period?

Age-old taboos against menstruation have led to a lack of research on how women's cycles work,with serious consequences for their health

By Virginia Sole-Smith
Why Are Girls Getting Their Periods So Young?
身体

Why Are Girls Getting Their Periods So Young?

女性青春期开始早,with worrying consequences for women's health

By Virginia Sole-Smith
Why Women—and Men—Need Better Birth Control
公共卫生

Why Women—and Men—Need Better Birth Control

The IUD is held up as the gold standard of contraception.That says a lot about the slothful pace of innovation

By Maya Dusenbery
To Prevent Women from Dying in Childbirth,First Stop Blaming Them
政策与伦理

To Prevent Women from Dying in Childbirth,First Stop Blaming Them

Two-thirds of all U.S.maternal deaths are considered preventable.Racism—not race—is a critical factor

Monica R.麦克莱莫尔
Pausing Fertility: What Will Happen When the Eggs Thaw?
Medical & Biotech

Pausing Fertility: What Will Happen When the Eggs Thaw?

Technical advances are driving a boom in egg freezing,which promises to let women put off pregnancy indefinitely.But will the science live up to the hype?

Liza Mundy
Machine Learning Gets a Bit More Humanlike
计算

Machine Learning Gets a Bit More Humanlike

How machines could learn creativity and common sense,among other human qualities

By George Musser
The Roots of Human Aggression
神经科学

The Roots of Human Aggression

Experiments in humans and animals have started to identify how violent behaviors begin in the brain

由R道格拉斯·费尔兹
New Fuels Could Make Nuclear Reactors Safer and More Efficient
能量

New Fuels Could Make Nuclear Reactors Safer and More Efficient

Advanced fuels could improve the safety and economics of nuclear power plants

Rod McCullum
Animals Use Brain Tricks to See in the Dark
进化

Animals Use Brain Tricks to See in the Dark

Many animals once thought to have poor sight in low light use tricks in their nervous systems to see brilliantly in the dark

Amber Dance

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动物相机

For self-driving cars,Toyota tries cameras inspired by creatures with great night vision

Amber Dance

部门

  • 从编辑

    Unhealthful Data Gaps

  • 信件

    Readers Respond to the January 2019 Issue

  • 进展

    New York Is Building "Living" Wave Barriers to Prepare for the Next Superstorm

  • Beer and Wine Contain Traces of Metal Contaminants from Filtration Process

  • Geologists Solve Mystery of Nepal's "Earthquake Gap"

  • Brain Activity Decoded to Produce Intelligible,Synthesized Speech

  • AI Tool Could Help Diagnose Alzheimer's

  • Salmon Slime Helps Scientists Count Migrating Fish

  • In Case You Missed It

  • Doglike Robots Learn New Tricks

  • Cuttlefish Are Dazzling,But Do They Dream?

  • 论坛

    Having Cancer Is Bad.Having Cancer When You're Poor Is Worse

  • The Science of Health

    The Sleep-Dementia Connection

  • The Science Agenda

    Investors Start to Force Companies to Reduce Greenhouse Gases

  • 推荐

    Humanity's Golden Record,Bubonic Plague in the U.S.,and Other New Science Books

  • 反重力

    A Loaded Gun Can Be Dangerous Even If Only a Dog Is Near the Trigger

  • 50,100 & 150 Years Ago

    Mining Silver from the Atomic Bomb;The Perennial Baby-Walker

  • 图形科学

    Government Attempts to Silence Science Are Revealed in Detail

  • The Intersection

    Tracking Your Steps and Other Behaviors Isn't Always the Greatest Idea

  • 风险投资

    How to Get Away from Facebook's "Emotion Pump"

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