An old language theory regains its authority
Fullerenes may form the finest, toughest fibers yet
Eve's family tree may have a few branches from Adam
Did Cro-Magnons and Neanderthals coexist?
Veterinary research provides clues to human diseases
Now holographers bring you food with a view
Disillusioned Soviets embrace mysticism and the paranormal
How deeply can language be traced? Radical linguists look back to the Stone Age. Traditionalists disagree.
Fullerenes open new vistas in chemistry
The world's most powerful lamp finds applications
Magellan's radar reeks under a cloudy coverlet
Weather forecasters grapple with the limits of accuracy
Pixelated probe pries prose from palimpsests
Food fads put sea wolf at risk-and under federal protection
Lasers wipe submicron motes from silicon wafers
Did the mother of us all live less than 200,000 years ago?
Smell-blindness "cure" may point to olfactory mechanism
Winter-proof critters suggest ways to store human organs