October 15, 2018 Cover
Volume 96, Issue 41
Water-from-air technologies use science to squeeze water from the atmosphere
Cover:Two men stand beside an apparatus made of vertically aligned metal wires.
Credit: Peter Means | Jonathan Boreyko (left) and Brook Kennedy test a meter-sized version of their fog harp.
Chemjobber weighs the pros and cons of doing your science in stealth
Chemical educator and Compound Interest blogger Andy Brunning highlights the molecules exploited by the carnivorous plant to lure, catch, and digest its prey
The co-polymer, made from two popular monomers, doesn’t need any intervention to fix itself when scratched or severed