The Henry Ford Magazine

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June-December 2016

The worlds of fashion and technology are colliding, bringing math, science and engineering to haute couture. Also inside this issue: a growing grassroots garment industry, designers building dresses building buildings and telling stories from a family’s wardrobe.
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January-May 2016

Items recently recovered from the 1983 Atari burial ground in a New Mexico landfill are blurring the lines between what makes an object a valuable artifact versus yesterday’s trash. Also in this issue: designs with greater purpose, adopting a conservator's mindset, and rebuilding a house of aluminum.
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June-December 2015

Culinary pioneer Alice Waters shares her personal food story and what she envisions for our nation’s foodways of the future. Also in this issue: the follies of fast food, science in the kitchen, and seed speed girls.
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January-May 2015

Assassinated 150 years ago, President Lincoln still remains one of the most studied, analyzed and emulated leaders. Also in this issue: taking charge in the workplace, NASA’s longtime lab leader, and a moment with TV host Mo Rocca.
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June-December 2014

Athletes, engineers, material scientists, doctors, and designers. All are contributing to the safety, performance and appearance of football’s next generation of helmets. Also in this issue: video game design uncovered, Ethernet’s candid creator, and swarming robots.
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January-May 2014

Featured in this issue: women in rock ’n’ roll, thoughts from a battery maker, and what is a fab lab?
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June-December 2013

Featured in this issue: Will Allen asks communities to grow food and watch kinship follow, maker Mark Hatch, Julian Bond and "The Ripple Effect,” and learning from Dorothea Gillim.
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January-May 2013

Featured in this issue: Henry Ford’s rare fiddles go under medicine’s microscope, Dale Dougherty on innovation, Formula One driver Emanuele Pirro’s epic journey, and Intel’s Gordon Moore.