Mosaic (Washington) - Abstracts

Mosaic (Washington)
Activities of recent S&E graduates vary significantly by field of degree. (sciences and engineering)Science and technology 
And then there were three. (the search for more carbon allotropes)Science and technologyEdelson, Edward
Archaeology and Eve. (tracing evolution through man-made implements)Science and technologyLewin, Roger
A tool for all seasons. (the polymerase chain reaction)(includes related article)Science and technologyHolzman, David
A virus with a backbone: zebrafish join thee menagerie of animal models for human embryo development.Science and technologyLeff, David
Computer algebra: speed is not all. (includes related articles)Science and technologyHeppenheimer, T.A.
Ferment: yes. Progress: maybe. Change: slow. (the changing role of women in science) (Women in Science III)Science and technologyVetter, Betty
Fragile x syndrome. (abnormality of the X chromosome)Science and technologyMcBride, Gail, Rodgers, Joann
Give them the tools....(advanced technology in US public schools) (Educational technology)Science and technology 
Heredity made to order: directed mutations.Science and technologyGoodman, Billy
How to stop fearing and start loving the parallel computer.Science and technologyAlexander, Tom
IR arrays in space and on the ground. (infrared)(includes related article)Science and technologyLa Brecque, Mort
Mathematicians set the pace. (standards for mathematics education)Science and technologyFisher, Arthur
Mechanisms Mendel never knew. (Gregor Mendel) (Nontraditional Inheritance, part 1)Science and technologyRodgers, Joann
Meteorology's most elusive target. (stormscale weather systems)Science and technologyEdson, Lee
Molecular dynamics and the modelers' art. (includes related article)Science and technologyMoffat, Anne Simon
Redefining the tree of life. (new theories in phylogeny)(includes related articles)Science and technologyDay, Lucille
The biochemical route to human origins. (using mitochondrial DNA) (Mitochondrial Eve)Science and technologyLewin, Roger
The chloroplast genome: an essential intruder. (part 2)(includes related article)Science and technologyPetit, Charles
The clinical implications. (Nontraditional Inheritance, part 2)Science and technologyMcBride, Gail
The future of science. (optical astronomy)(includes related articles)Science and technologyFinkbeiner, Ann
The grandest unification: quantum gravity. (includes related articles)Science and technologyHeppenheimer, T.A.
The intron story. (Intervening sequences)Science and technologyPatrusky, Ben
The mitochondrial genome: an essential intruder. (part 1)(includes related article)Science and technologyPatrusky, Ben
The science of learning math and science.Science and technology 
To model the otherwise unmodelable. (fractals in chemistry)Science and technologyLa Brecque. Mort
Tracing human lineages. (using mitochondrial DNA) (Mitochondrial Anthropology)Science and technologyEdelson, Edward
What Mendel wrought. (Gregor Mendel)Science and technologyRodgers, Joann
Woodstock plus five and counting. (research on high-temperature superconductive materials)(includes related article) (High temperature superconductivity)Science and technologyHeppenheimer, T.A.
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