National Geographic September 2020
National Geographic September 2020 Highlights:
The Robots Are Here
The new kind of robot isn’t like C-3PO of Star Wars fame. It’s far from human – but still smart, adept, and mobile. It’s designed to “live” and work with people. And it’s migrating steadily into daily life, in jobs ranging from stocking warehouse shelves to arranging flowers.
A Future Less Frozen
Ice loss is shaping the Great Lakes region’s economy and culture.
Forget the dim-witted stereotype. Ostriches are shrewd survivors.
The Power of Protection
An ambitious project aims to preserve a third of the world’s oceans.
Waiting for Gdansk
Solidarity’s hometown is still an inspiring place.
Light in Odd Places
To explore the effects of artificial lighting in a natural environment, the photographer flew lighted drones above some of Earth’s most dramatic landscapes.
Harming Nature Risks Our Health
A damaged planet can’t shield us as well from diseases. Here’s why.
Flattening the Curve of Influenza in 1918
That historic pandemic has lessons for today.
Handling some samples takes specific tools.
A Brain Map Worth Buzzing About
Detailed diagramming of a fly’s brain reveals millions of connections.
Many fish use electricity to communicate and navigate – but some eels use it to hunt and defend themselves.
The Year of the Panda Peculiar Turtle Traints
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