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DAY 8: JULY 28,
1997

DAY 8: JULY 28, 1997

Hole 395A
Latitude: 22 deg 45.3 min. N
Longitude: 46 deg, 04.0 min. W
Miles to date: 1842

July 31, 1997
DAY 3: JULY 23, 1997

DAY 3: JULY 23, 1997

Position at Midnight
Latitude: 36 deg, 57.8 min. N
Longitude: 68 deg. 09.5 min. W Miles to date: 341 Miles Remaining: 1427

July 31, 1997
DAY 5: JULY 25, 1997

DAY 5: JULY 25, 1997

Position at Midnight:
Latitude: 31 deg, 13.0 min. N
Longitude: 59 deg. 07.3 min. W Miles to date: 897 Miles Remaining: 871

July 31, 1997
Critters on a Chip

Critters on a Chip

Cheap, flexible biosensors could help out in medical and environmental emergencies

July 28, 1997 — W. Wayt Gibbs
Interview with Barry Commoner

Interview with Barry Commoner

A leading environmentalist reviews his long, contentious past and sets new directions for the future

June 23, 1997 — Alan Hall
AIDS Moonshot?

AIDS Moonshot?

Under President Clinton's command, researchers step up the search for an HIV vaccine

June 2, 1997 — Tim Beardsley
Interview with Neal F. Lane

Interview with Neal F. Lane

The former director of the National Science Foundation shares his thoughts on popularizing science in an era of tightening budgets

April 21, 1997 — Alan Hall
The Ties That Bind

The Ties That Bind

A study of journal publications details investigators' financial interests in their research

March 17, 1997 — Gary Stix
CHINA SYNDROME

CHINA SYNDROME

China's eugenics law makes trouble
for science and business

March 5, 1997 — Tim Beardsley
BETTER RED<BR> THAN DEAD

BETTER RED
THAN DEAD

An inexpensive new test instantly
spots harmful E. coli

March 5, 1997 — Glenn Zorpette
Trusted Systems

Trusted Systems

Devices that enforce machine-readable
rights to use the work of a musician
or author may create secure ways to
publish over the Internet

March 5, 1997 — Mark Stefik
Searching the Internet

Searching the Internet

Combining the skills of the librarian
and the computer scientist may help
organize the anarchy of the Internet

March 5, 1997 — Clifford Lynch
Preserving the Internet

Preserving the Internet

An archive of the Internet may prove
to be a vital record for historians,
businesses and governments

March 5, 1997 — Brewster Kahle
LINGUISTICS

LINGUISTICS

A MATTER
OF LANGUAGE

March 1, 1997 — W. Wayt Gibbs
Going Digital

Going Digital

Electronic libraries will make
today's Internet pale by comparison.
But building them will not be easy

March 5, 1997 — Michael Lesk
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