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FROM OUR LATEST ISSUE, July / August 2016
• First Annual Insane Ideas—Actor Simon Pegg, star of this month’s Star Trek Beyond, helps us kick off our first annual “Insane Ideas” issue, where we talk about the most crazy scientific concepts of 2016.
• The Reanimators—When the human body is in crisis, it can slow its metabolic clock to the point of appearing dead. Now doctors are experimenting with intentionally putting people in this state in order to save them.
• The Science of Heroes—The US Olympic team is using futuristic training tools in order to stay ahead of the competition at this year’s Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Here we delve into the secrets of that technology.
• Virtualandia—Virtual reality is taking root in education, healthcare, sports, architecture and even porn. Yet as we move into this new technology that is shown to embed on human psyches more than any other medium, who is making the rules?
• Inside NASA’s Mars Mission—NASA’s $18 billion dollar Orion Program will take humans to the surface of the red planet in the 2030s. For the first time, the agency opened up its doors to give Popular Science an exclusive look at the capsule and rockets that will take us there.
• Now—All the essential gadget gear you’ll need for your summer getaway, the President’s personal photographer shows us his cameras of choice, a look at Apple’s new glass campus and more.
• Next—A theme park for disaster junkies, how we’ll grow medicine in space, Light Fidelity: the future of wireless communication, and other topics of tomorrow.
• Manual—Build Thor’s mighty hammer that only you can lift, behind the redesign of the Ghostbusters’ proton packs, how to make three different bug traps that actually work, and much more in this issue’s DIY beat.
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- Updated: 25 April 2016
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