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January-February 2014 (Volume 102, Number 1)

• "The Dilemma of Space Debris," by David Finkleman
• "Flights of Fancy in Avian Evolution," by Daniel T. Ksepka
• "How to Fight Back Against Antibiotic Resistance," by Gautam Dantas and Morten O. A. Sommer
• "The Visual Trickery of Obscured Animals," by Judy Diamond and Alan B. Bond
• "Ocean Acidification: The Other Climate Change Issue," by Ashanti Johnson and Natasha D. White 



March-April 2014 (Volume 102, Number 2)

• "Engineered Molecules for Smarter Medicines," by Darlene K. Taylor and Uddhav Balami
• "Social Media Monitors the Largest Fish in the Sea," by Tim K. Davies
• "The Challenge of Manufacturing Between Macro and Micro," by Robert J. Wood
• "Simulating Star Formation on the Galactic Scale," by Clare Dobbs
• "Twisted Math and Beautiful Geometry," by Eli Maor and Eugen Jost



May-June 2014 (Volume 102, Number 3)

• "On the Trail of the First Placental Mammals," by Maureen A. O'Leary
• "The Hidden Past of Invisible Ink," by Kristie Macrakis
• "The Fine Art of Decay," by Sara C. Robinson
• "War and Redemption in Gorongosa," by Edward O. Wilson
• "H.M.S. Beagle, 1820-1870" by Keith Thomson



July-August 2014 (Volume 102, Number 4)

• "Can Skinny Fat Fight Obesity?" by Philip A. Rea, Peter Yin, and Ryan Zahalka
• "Engines Powered by the Forces Between Atoms," by Fabrizio Pinto
• "Why Some Animals Forgo Reproduction in Complex Societies," by Peter M. Buston and Marian Y. L. Wong
• "The Deadly Dynamics of Landslides," by Susan W. Kieffer



September-October 2014 (Volume 102, Number 5)

• "A Threat to New Zealand’s Tuatara Heats Up" by Kristine L. Grayson, Nicola J. Mitchell, and Nicola J. Nelson
• "Master of Missing Elements," by Eric R. Scerri
• "What’s in a Grasp?," by David A. Rosenbaum, Oliver Herbort, Robrecht van der Wel, and Daniel J. Weiss
• "New Twists in Earth’s Radiation Belts," by Daniel N. Baker
• "Quietest Places in the World," by Trevor Cox


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