SCIENCE-WEEK: Headlines June 26, 1998

Odile Santiago specpress at earthlink.net
Fri Jun 26 16:16:35 EST 1998

Contents of the current weekly edition of SCIENCE-WEEK

June 26, 1998
1. On Science, Politics, and Asteroids
2. Evolution of Cosmic Structure: Largest Simulation to Date
3. An Argument for a Lightweight Universe
4. Connection Topology: Dynamics of "Small-World" Networks
5. On the Thermodynamic Hypothesis of Protein Folding
6. On the Neurobiology of Depression
7. Environmental Pollution: Frog Deformities and Human Hazard
8. Anti-Tuberculosis Drug Resistance 1994-1997
9. Low Level Asbestos Exposure: Dangerous or Not Dangerous?
10. Wetterhahn Laboratory Poisoning Case: Final Medical Report

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