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Stories by Marguerite Holloway

Flynn's Effect

Intelligence scores are rising, James R. Flynn discovered--but he remains very sure we're not getting any smarter

January 13, 1999 — Marguerite Holloway

Trade Rules

A World Trade Organization decision about sea turtles raises doubts about reconciling economics and the environment

August 1, 1998 — Marguerite Holloway

An Ethnologist in Cyberspace

Sociologist Sherry Turkle explores the emotional and intellectual connections to virtual pets, chat rooms and other products of the computer age

April 1, 1998 — Marguerite Holloway

Molding the Web

Its inventor, Tim Berners-Lee, says the World Wide Web hasn't nearly reached its potential

December 1, 1997 — Marguerite Holloway

Mary Leakey: Unearthing History

Editors' Note:
Mary Leakey, one of the world's most renowned hunters of early human fossils, died in Nairobi on December 9, 1996, at the age of 83. Crowning triumphs of her long career included such finds as the 1972 discovery (with Louis, her husband and collaborator) of 1.75-million-year-old remains from Homo habilis at Olduvai Gorge and the 1978 discovery of 3.6-million-year-old footprints at Laetoli, both in Tanzania...

December 16, 1996 — Marguerite Holloway

The Preservation of Past

Conservators are racing to save monuments threatened by development, pollution, looting and neglect. In the process, they are transforming the field of archaeology into a new science...

May 1, 1995 — Marguerite Holloway
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