Taking Earth’s Temperature: Will Zero Carbon Mean...
AuthorsSofia Palazzo Corner, Joeri Rogelj
Functioning: The Key to Understanding Health
AuthorsJerome Bickenbach, Sara Rubinelli, Cristiana Baffone...
What can Evolution Teach us About Being Sick?
AuthorsBarbara Natterson-Horowitz, Daniel T. Blumstein
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AuthorsLena Smirnova, Itzy Erin Morales Pantoja, Thomas Hartung
About this collection
What we know is a drop, what we don’t know is an ocean! The Frontiers in Science Collection explores what we don’t know and investigates the next discoveries that will change our lives.
How do we do it? We talk to the most inspiring scientists with the longest list of questions and the biggest imaginations! And they make their world-changing science fun to understand, so that you can be scientists too – ready to make new discoveries in the future!
Want to know how the tiniest things - from microbes to nanobots - can change our planet and our lives? Want to know more about taking care of your body, your brain, your friends and family, and all living things around us? Want to delve into the mysteries of the universe? Then this Collection is for you - dive in!
If you think about it, it’s really magical that, against all the odds through the vast time since the Big Bang, we all ended up on Earth.
The famous astronomer Carl Sagan reminds us that on this tiny blue dot of a planet, everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives, so what could be more important than discovering all we can about this beautiful planet we call home?
We hope that this unique collection of exciting articles will inspire you. Science is magic that works and young minds like yours make for the best magicians!
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