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Science to the Rescue. IQ2O: Getting Smart About Water Looks at Protecting Crucial Resources

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Drowning in Demand


IQ2O: Getting Smart About Water

The current state of our water supply has been called a crisis in slow motion, facing a perfect storm of higher demands from a growing population, changing weather patterns due to climate change and safety threats caused by decaying infrastructure. In this eBook, we explore the ecological effects, the challenges surrounding water demand versus energy use, safety and sustainability issues and potential solutions from cloud seeding to urban planning that accounts for rising floodwaters.




The Science of Diet & Exercise

Updated for 2019, our most popular eBook examines traditional weight loss advice and finds it wanting. The most recent studies reveal a metabolic process more complicated than initially thought, opening doors for new approaches.



The New Science of Healthy Aging

Understanding why we age and how to prevent age-related physical and mental decline can help us to live in the moment and enjoy our health at any age. In this eBook, we explore the latest thinking in why we age, strategies to help maintain good health as well as research into the limits of human longevity.



Wonders of the Cosmos

“Cosmos” comes from a Greek word for an orderly and systematic universe. In this eBook, we present the newest, most riveting discoveries about our cosmic home, from what we know of the origins of the universe and the cartography of space to the most bizarre phenomena and the search for life.



Your Brain in the Smartphone Age

According to recent headlines, today’s device-wielding teens are socially, emotionally and cognitively doomed. Reality, however, is not so clear cut. In this eBook, we've gathered what science has to say about the effects of smartphones and social media use on teenagers, as well as its effects on thought processes and relationships and its potential as a tool to monitor mental health.



The Microbiome: Your Inner Ecosystem

The collection of microbes we carry in our bodies is crucial to many aspects of our health. Research in this area has exploded, and in this eBook, we highlight some of the most exciting work on how the microbiome develops, its influence on brain and behavior and implications in both contributing to and treating various disorders. .



Mysteries of Life in the Universe

How did life begin on Earth? Does it exist elsewhere? In this eBook, we present several theories on the origin of life, some of its extreme and surprising forms and the ongoing search for signs – or sentience – on distant worlds.



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