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As missions take us deeper into space, are we prepared for what we might bring back?

In this artist’s concept of the future, an astronaut gathers samples on the surface of Mars, with a robotic explorer nearby.
In this artist’s concept of the future, an astronaut gathers samples on the surface of Mars, with a robotic explorer nearby.
In this artist’s concept of the future, an astronaut gathers samples on the surface of Mars, while a robotic explorer stands by to help. Nasa’s Vision for Space Exploration calls for more aggressive human and robotic missions. Image: SSPL/Getty Images


And the procedure costs $60,000 per animal

Illustration: Janet Mac


‘The possibility of the end of sex… is very real’

Credit: Adam Gault/Getty Images


It’s not perfect, but scientists are excited by the potential

Credit: UniversalImagesGroup/Getty Images


FUTURE HUMAN

We may not be able to sweat our way through the heat

Photo: Hans Reniers on Unsplash


Neuroscientist Susan Hockfield—the first female president of MIT—on women in science, living batteries, and the coming biotech revolution

Susan Hockfield at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in 2012. Photo: World Economic Forum

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