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This issue of Cosmos Magazine contains feature articles on the new gravitational waves tool that will allow us to observe our origins, the lawyer who refused to accept that our DNA sequence could be bought and how animal forms and behaviour are adapting to cope with a warmer world. The issue also includes a profile on Michael Alpers, who solved the puzzle of kuru to protect us from mad cow disease, and a gallery of the northern lights.