September/October 2012

September/October 2004.

Features
The Naked Mole Rat: Nature’s Medical Overachiever. This creature remains in top shape until the end of its life, but does it hold the secrets of eternal life?

DRACO: Killing One Virus at a Time. Have scientists found a superprotein that can stop viral infections even before they start?

Saving the Parrots of the Night. Keeping the world’s largest parrots alive requires more than your average conservation program.

The House of the Syrian Storm God. Inge Damm examines the truth behind this astonishing temple.

Surviving Tough Times. The Daintree Forest and the Great Barrier Reef have endured drastic changes and continue to fight for survival. Join us in a journey through one of Australia’s most iconic places.

Silk: the next super material. Scientist have revolutionised the use of this natural fibre. Lennart Kiil explains why silk holds the key to a better future.

Departments
Bull’s-Eye
Amazing images from around the world.

Science Update Artificial jellyfish and the best science and technology news from around the world.

By the numbers All you need to know about penguins.

Top 5 Insects communicate, hunt and spy through scent.

Vintage Science Mary Anning, the girl who sold seashells by the seashore.

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