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Rambling Road to Humanity

Anthropologists debunk another myth of evolutionary progress

June 16, 1997 — Corey S. Powell and W. Wayt Gibbs

Life in the Balance

A new exhibit makes the case for the value of biodiversity

April 14, 1997 — Erica Garcia

CHINA SYNDROME

China's eugenics law makes trouble
for science and business

March 5, 1997 — Tim Beardsley

BY THE NUMBERS

Global Fertility and Population

March 5, 1997 — Rodger Doyle

BETTER RED
THAN DEAD

An inexpensive new test instantly
spots harmful E. coli

March 5, 1997 — Glenn Zorpette

A Clone in Sheep's Clothing

A sheep cloned from adult cells opens vast scientific possibilities and ethical dilemmas

March 3, 1997 — Tim Beardsley

Soaking up the Rays

A sponge uses optical fibers
to gather sunlight

February 1, 1997 — Marguerite Holloway

BEATING BACTERIA

New ways to fend off antibiotic-resistant pathogens

February 1, 1997 — Sasha Nemecek

Life, Life Everywhere

The origin of life on earth appears more and more inevitable--or does it?

November 25, 1996 — John Horgan

Gene Therapy

Early trials encountered unforeseen complications. A new round of more sophisticated strategies may turn the tide

October 14, 1996 — W. Wayt Gibbs

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