Science Illustrated is the magazine for intellectually curious men and women with a passion for science, discovery and adventure.
Every issue is an upbeat, optimistic, visually spectacular gateway to the world of cutting-edge science and discovery, covering an astonishing range of subjects, from the beginning of life to the breathtaking technology of the future — and from the depth of the oceans to the most distant objects in the universe.
With 84 pages of never-before-seen images, trivia facts and in-depth features, our January/February 2013 issue will take you on a journey to some of the most fascinating places on Earth.
Cover Story: VENOM
Robots inspired by animals could change the way we think about machines forever, and create new kinds of transport, new search and rescue tools, and of course new weapons. Should we be afraid, or embrace our new robot animal overlords?
THE FIRST AMERICANS
The Americas are the “other” great continents, but there’s still mystery surrounding when humans first reached those lands. Now, a new theory emerges…
The amazing Grampians National Park is a haven for biodiversity, a fact borne out by a recent scientific survey. We check in with the surprisingly positive results.
The calm blue ocean. Hardly. Beneath the waves, creatures both large and small are making an awful racket. A blow-out-your-eardrums-loud awful racket.
Would you travel to work sealed in a tube, shot forward by magnets at over 600 km/h? It’s good enough for your post, so why not climb aboard a vacuum train?
The Voyager probes are the most distant human objects in the universe. What will they discover out there on the edge of the solar system?
Rhinos are still being poached for their horns – in ever greater numbers in fact. This despite the fact the horn, it does nothing. How can we protect these amazing creatures?
Dolphins and the space shuttle!
The latest news and developments in science!
The team from Macquarie Uni handle all your astronomy needs.
Do all my fingernails grow at the same speed?
Win the science trip of a lifetime!
Now with more Corundum conundra!
Getting ripped off by robber flies…
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