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Science News_Current
April 26, 2001 - May 2, 2001

4/28/2001: Flynn and Dickens, In Their Own Words
4/28/2001: Mega Steps Toward the Nanochip
4/28/2001: First Production of Orderly Arrays of Nanotubes
4/28/2001: IBM breakthrough could lead to smaller chips
4/28/2001: Human race 'just lucky'
4/28/2001: Major New Work on the Pacific Isles Buries the Enduring Myth of Human Paradise
4/28/2001: The Greening of Mars
4/28/2001: The C6, a device for 360 degree immersion to display synthetic environments
4/28/2001: The day-care scare, again
4/28/2001: Is DSL Headed for a Meltdown?
4/28/2001: Why computers fail as teachers
4/28/2001: Software for kids
4/28/2001: Kurzweil's Future Coming Fast
4/28/2001: Peru Site Birthplace of Civilization in Americas  
4/28/2001:
Astronomers View Violent World of Planet Formation 
4/28/2001:
Little green fraudsters  
4/28/2001:
Scientists Find Novel Way to Subvert Anthrax Germ 
4/28/2001:
U.S. Team Gets Mouse Stem Cells to Make Insulin  
4/28/2001:
Researchers use cloning technology to produce embryonic stem cell lines from adult mice
4/28/2001: Fuel cells hold promise as power source for portables
4/28/2001: How climate change kills societies
4/28/2001: Oldest evidence of city life in the Americas reported in Science, early urban planners emerge as power players
4/28/2001: Mouse code is read
4/28/2001: Spleen Cells Eradicate Helicobacter Pylori Infection
4/28/2001: AI - Bergers Brainware
4/28/2001: More Leaps in Stem Cell Research


4/27/2001:Robotic lawn mower cuts a swath–and a few tulips
4/27/2001:Palm Pilot Robot Kit
4/27/2001:Toy Robots Initiative
4/27/2001:Teaching robots to feel like humans
4/27/2001:Are you there, God?
4/27/2001:Going to work can improve your IQ
4/27/2001:Intel getting into micro-machines
4/27/2001:Big Blue's Big Brother Lab
4/27/2001:As the Stem Cell Turns
4/27/2001:Sitting Pretty: How Baby Bells May Conquer Their World
4/27/2001:Congress: DSL competition in jeopardy
4/27/2001:Slow DSL rollout frustrates many
4/27/2001:High-grade DSL gains momentum
4/27/2001:Liposuction may harvest stem cells
4/27/2001:Paper: Bush Admin. Cancels Stem Cell Research Meeting
4/27/2001:Countering the bodys own harmful response to stroke
4/27/2001:Behind BlueEyes
4/27/2001:Robomining
4/27/2001:Interactive Energy Map
4/27/2001:The Alternative Power List
4/27/2001:Corporations Seek Green Power
4/27/2001:Genetic test may help forecast oral cancer
4/27/2001:Plugging Into Electric Cars
4/27/2001:Proteomics Offers Clear Look At Cellular Proteins
4/27/2001:Chip makers will add Personal Video Recorder functions to set-top chips

4/26/2001:The Quest For A Superkid
4/26/2001:What Kids (Really) Need
4/26/2001:What Ever Happened To Play?
4/26/2001:How Much for That Student?
4/26/2001:Augmented Reality Nears Actuality
4/26/2001:Hot new gadgets
4/26/2001:A Science Fiction Writer Discusses the Future
4/26/2001:First Direct Optical Resolution of a Stars Disk
4/26/2001:Man-made man
4/26/2001:Interactive Tour of Bill and Melissa Gates' House
4/26/2001:Most Important Greenhouse Gas Way Up In Last 50 Years
4/26/2001:Blood markers found for autism and mental retardation
4/26/2001:Prima donna pop stars could soon be on the way out - the virtual sort are far more appealing
4/26/2001:Viewpoint: Life in the Fourth Millennium
4/26/2001:Mars or Europa: Where Does Life Exist?
4/26/2001:Getting Human Nature Right
4/26/2001:Crisis of faith
4/26/2001:"Synthetic Life" -- Scripps Research Institute Scientists Make Bacteria Do What Nature Doesn't
4/26/2001:Key Mechanics of Cell Membrane Fusion Revealed
4/26/2001:Human Brain Genes Are Extremely Active Compared to Chimp
4/26/2001:Solar Cells Suck It Up
4/26/2001:The Engine That Drives Our Planet
4/26/2001:Lab Rat: Let's play with Microsoft
4/26/2001:Natural Selection Moving Women To Have Kids Earlier
4/26/2001: Study Clarifies Brain Mechanisms Of Cocaine's High
 
 

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