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New Scientist - 2010-02-20 - Vol. 205 No. 2748



     3 EDITORIAL Coming clean on being green
     5 UPFRONT The first southern African genomes. Anti-ageing skin cream works as well as drug
     6 SPECIAL INVESTIGATION Are you handing your cash to unseen polluters?
     10 INSIGHT Mothers murder conviction highlights psychiatric debate
     14 THIS WEEK How ordinary matter gets most of its mass. The four-letter-word genetic code
     16 IN BRIEF Injured brains escape material world. Atomic fountains test relativity. Do elephants run?
     20 TECHNOLOGY Cash on your cellphone. The ultimate soundproofing. Why looks matter online

     24 CERN on trial. The possibility that the Large Hadron Collider could create an Earth-eating black hole may still end up in court. What would decide such a case, asks Eric E. Johnson
     25 One minute with... Atul Gawande, a world class surgeon with a simple way to save lives
     26 LETTERS Great jokes. Is TV talking to aliens?
     28 Interview with Jane Goodall

     30 Stone Age code
     35 Bug city. Insect architects are showing us how to build the eco-cities of the future
     38 Smoke signal. Carbon dioxide is not the only climate-altering pollutant - and we ignore the others at our peril
     43 Second sight. Cutting-edge therapies may find their first applications tackling the western world's leading cause of blindness

     26 ENIGMA
     46 BOOKS & ARTS. Could robots ever really understand novels? Jon Adams is trying to find out
     47 Reviews. Dishing the dirt on clean coal. How Henrietta became immortal
     56 FEEDBACK. As interesting as... turnips
     77 THE LAST WORD Breeding for brains
     48 THE INSIDER The glamour and hard graft of a research project based abroad
     52 JOBS & CAREERS



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