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New Lease on Livers

New Lease on Livers

Animal experiments suggest that bone marrow might be used to rebuild damaged organs

May 17, 1999 — Kristin Leutwyler
Going, Going--Gone?

Going, Going--Gone?

Much of the world's water is stored in glaciers and the great polar ice sheets. But these frozen reservoirs are melting rapidly, and the water they release could cause a catastrophic rise in sea levels

April 26, 1999 — Alan Hall
WAITING FOR THE SUPERCAR

WAITING FOR THE SUPERCAR

Overly ambitious goals may have hurt the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles

April 18, 1999 — Glenn Zorpette
WHITEOUT

WHITEOUT

Widespread coral bleaching, even in deep waters, continues to perplex scientists

April 18, 1999 — Sasha Nemecek
NOT JUST FUN AND GAMES

NOT JUST FUN AND GAMES

Best known for inventing the game of Life, John H. Conway is adept at finding the theorems hidden in simple puzzles

April 17, 1999 — Mark Alpert
FACING AN ILL WIND

FACING AN ILL WIND

The U.S. gears up to deal with biological terrorism

April 17, 1999 — Tim Beardsley
Green is Good

Green is Good

With negotiations on climate change policy stalled, some major corporations are setting their own environmental policies

March 17, 1999 — Sasha Nemecek
R<SUB>x</SUB> For B and C

Rx For B and C

Promising new drugs bring reinforcements to the battle against hepatitis epidemics

March 15, 1999 — W. Wayt Gibbs
The Komodo Dragon

The Komodo Dragon

On a few small islands in the Indonesian archipelago, the world's largest lizard reigns supreme

March 6, 1999 — Claudio Ciofi
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