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The amazing swarm

What do you do with miniature robo-drones that fly in amazing formations? If you’re a scientist, you call them “nano quadrotors.” But if you’re someone like me, you just go with them.


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August: Old World Order

The August issue of Miller-McCune magazine is on the Web site (www.miller-mccune.com) and sailing through the postal system to 92,000+ smart people. A few highlights:

All that, and: why Oprah caused the downfall of American society; how environmental contaminants become hereditary illness; problem-solving courts that work; managing water, carbon and energy together in a time of climate change; biophilic design that brings the outside in; and an innovative whale warning system.

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