In This Issue
In this issue we discovered what an erupting volcano can tell us about the human body. We also spent some time marveling at the beauty of an original Garamond font, while uncovering the meaning of a long-forgotten word. One story, on the ways lice are used to study human history, made us scratch our heads. On a serious note we found that tracking nuclear material is not an easy job and that desalination is only a partial cure for our planet’s water woes. And we finished up with a heartwarming story about saving old movies.