SCIENCE-WEEK: This Week's Headlines (21 Nov 97)

Claire Haller prismx at earthlink.net
Thu Nov 20 13:07:44 EST 1997


Headlines for the current SCIENCE-WEEK (November 21, 1997)

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1. A Pessimistic View of Control of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
2. Marietta Blau: The Destruction of a Career in Physics
3. On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Nuremberg Code
4. Genome Patenting: The Merck Exception
5. Evidence for an Interminable Expansion of the Universe
6. On the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
7. Structural Analysis of a Protein Linked to Cancer
8. An Analysis of the Aging of Social Insects
9. Involvement of Fish Lateral Line Organ in Rheotaxis
10. Y Chromosome Evidence Indicates African Origins of Man
11. A Transgenic Mouse Model for Sickle Cell Disease
12. Contrary Evidence of Middle-Age Child-Bearing Benefit
13. Leukemia and Magnetic Fields Revisited


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