SCIENCE-WEEK: This Week's Headlines (12 Sep 97)

Claire Haller specpress at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 11 22:31:26 EST 1997


Headlines in This Week's SCIENCE-WEEK (September 12, 1997)
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First Annual Decline in Number of U.S. Graduate Science Students
Anthropological Evidence for Earliest Known Net Hunters
No Evidence of Nearby Galactic or Intergalactic Hydrogen Reserves
First Production of Matter From Light
First Evidence of an Exotic Meson
Evidence for Decline of Sea-Ice Surrounding Antarctica
First Commercial Catalytic Antibody for Chemical Synthesis
Animal Virus Engineered to Attack HIV Virus
A Possible Novel Mechanism of Gene Mutation in Cancer
More Evidence for Cofactors in Prion Pathogenesis
Prenatal Lead Exposure and Postnatal Lead Toxicity
First Mice Engineered for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
New Multi-Drug Resistance of Plague Pathogen

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