The Science & Technology Issue

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We’ve built the means to destroy both ourselves and our environment—but now how do we use these tools to fix these vitally human problems?

Things need to be done.

This year for our special Science and Technology issue, we tried to bring you initiatives and innovations with tangible goods—social betterments, if you will.

From curbing emission in the air to solving world food shortages, from the wonders and insights of space to fostering ideas and growth from the ground up, it’s all here.
And like these staggering marvels of human progress—we did it all for you.

—Andrew Brennan, Assistant News Editor & Clément Liu, Creative Director

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