"Limited" antimissile schemes are gaining in popularity
The supercollider will be built in Texas-if it is built at all
The future for space science looks bright-or does it?
Politicians hear but do not heed scientists' advice on drug abuse
Electrodes in the brain maysomeday-aid paralysis victims
As START stalls, arms controllers focus again on nuclear testing
Do the lessons of the Iranian Airbus tragedy apply to SDI?
Did the U.S. "misrepresent" a key piece of evidence?
Opposition to U.S. research in biological warfare intensifies
Can it contain our deadliest nuclear waste for 10,000 years?
A new study rekindles a debate over the roots of warfare
Can the U.S. monitor cuts in strategic nuclear missiles?
The U.S. resumes production of lethal nerve-gas weapons.
NASA suffers new problems, both technical and political
Did tender loving care help a Stone Age dwarf to survive?
Controversy erupts-again-over a key "Star Wars" weapon
Los Angeles earthquake reveals new signposts of seismic danger
Dig on Ithaca seeks the dwelling of Homer's famed wanderer
Science can both deepen and resolve issues of authenticity
The Pentagon quietly rolls big H-bombs out of retirement