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January-February 2017 (Volume 105, Number 1)

  • "Blood, Guts, and Hope," by Carl M. Schoellhammer, Robert Langer, and C. Giovanni Traverso
  • "The Prospects of Artificial Endosymbioses," by Ryan Kerney, Zakiya Whatley, Sarah Rivera, and David Hewitt
  • "Photoshopping the Universe," by Travis A. Rector, Kimberly Arcand, and Megan Watzke



March-April 2017 (Volume 105, Number 2)

  • "The Biodiversity of Conservation Paradox," by Mark Vellend
  • "Metformin: Out of the Backwaters and into the Mainstream," by Philip A. Rea and Anderson Y. Tien
  • "Risks and Benefits of Radiation," byTimothy J. Jorgensen


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