SCIENCE-WEEK: Headlines (26 Dec 97)

Claire Haller prismx at scienceweek.com
Thu Dec 25 15:42:53 EST 1997


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Contents of the Latest Issue Dec 26, 1997:

1. Major Drug Companies Refuse Anti-Malaria Collaboration
2. The New Global Climate Treaty
3. Discoveries of the Ulysses Space-Probe Mission
4. Characterization of the Martian Surface by Pathfinder Mission
5. Evidence Against Nanofossils in Martian Meteorite
6. Analysis of the Chicxulub Impact Crater
7. On Steven Chu and the Bose-Einstein Condensation
8. Electronic Spectra of Quantum Dot Systems
9. On Picosecond Ultrasonics
10. Architectural Principles in Self-Assembly Systems
11. Land-Mass Migrations of Late Cretaceous Mammals
12. On the Mechanisms of Bacterial Gene Exchange
13. Direct Viral Coding of Carbohydrate Synthesis Enzyme
14. Yeast Inter-Colony Signaling with Volatile Ammonia
15. On Transforming Growth Factor Signaling Mechanisms
16. Structural Analysis of Voltage-Gated Chloride Ion Channels
17. A Role for Estrogens in the Male Reproductive System
18. Structural Differences of Anti-Estrogens
19. On Prions and Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies
20. Herpesvirus Linked to Multiple Sclerosis
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