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Scientific American, July 2012 Periodical

Scientific American, July 2012

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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

"Why We Help": Cooperation has been one of the driving forces of evolution.

"Secrets of the HIV Controllers": A rare group of HIV-positive individuals’ good fortune could point the way to more powerful treatments – and perhaps a vaccine.

"Witness to an Antarctic Meltdown": Scientists are racing to Antarctica in an effort to find out how fast glaciers are melting and what this could mean for rising sea-levels.

"Machines That Think for Themselves": New techniques that teach computers to learn – and beat the experts.

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