Scientific American, August 2008
- Narrated by: Mark Moran
- Length: 1 hr and 48 mins
- Release date: 08-01-08
- Language: English
- Publisher: Scientific American
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"Facing the Freshwater Crisis": Existing technologies could avert a global water crisis - if they are implemented soon."Why Migraines Strike": Biologists have solved the mystery of one of our most misunderstood, poorly recognized, and inadequately treated medical disorders."Bracing for a Solar Superstorm": A recurrence of the 1859 solar superstorm would be a cosmic Katrina, causing billions of dollars of damage to satellites, power grids, and radio communications."Self-Cleaning Materials": The lotus plant's ability to repel dirt has inspired a range of self-cleaning and antibacterial technologies. "Magnifying Taste": Compounds that magnify sweet and salty flavors could combat obesity and heart disease.
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