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      The Science of Cancer

      The past few years have seen tremendous strides in our understanding of cancer, including new hypotheses about its genetic origins and new treatment alternatives using the body’s own immune response.
      The Science of Cancer
      October 22, 1910The Sciences

      The Water Service of a Plant

      The Accumulation of Water by Desert Plants
      March 25, 1882The Sciences

      Notes on Economic Plants

      Referred to in the Kew Report For 1880
      October 1, 1943Tech

      Rubber: Natural Or Synthetic?

      Possibilities for the Development of Natural Rubber Sources on Small Family-Owned Plantations in Ihe Western Hemisphere Loom as a Challenge to the Synthetic-Rubber Chemist in the Race for Domination of Post-War Markets...
      December 11, 1858The Sciences

      Patent Claims

      May 1, 1909The Sciences

      Index of Inventions - May 1, 1909

      June 17, 1882Tech

      Recent Inventions

      January 1, 1990Health

      Stress in the Wild

      Studies of free-ranging baboons in an African reserve are helping to explain why human beings can differ in their vulnerability to stress-related diseases
      May 1, 2015Computing

      The Billion-Dollar Race to Reinvent the Computer Chip

      With the end of Moore's law in sight, chip manufacturers are spending billions to develop novel computing technologies
      February 1, 1980The Sciences

      Books, February 1980

      Cyril Burt's deceptions, the Delphic oracle, big meteor craters, fever and other matters
      June 1, 1988The Sciences

      Books, June 1988

      Random's daughter, three gentlemen of Treviso,Kudz cloth,polarizing rainbow and sun dog
      July 1, 1978The Sciences

      Books, July 1978

      Limestone landscapes, herbals, malaria and the fuel economy of gasoline engines
      December 1, 1974The Sciences

      Science and the Citizen, December 1974

      August 1, 1985The Sciences

      Books, August 1985

      Downthrust Everest, cod and oil, variable man, women of the world, leaves of ferns
      February 1, 1961Mind

      The Perception of Pain

      Pain is not a fixed response to a hurtful stimulus. Its perception is modified by our past experiences, our expectations and, more subtly, by our culture
      January 1, 1953The Sciences

      The Amateur Scientist

      On the fascination of microscopy and some curious amateur observations of the moon
      December 1, 1997Mind

      Williams Syndrome and the Brain

      To gain fresh insights into how the brain is organized, investigators are turning to a little known disorder
      March 1, 1890The Sciences

      Notes & Queries- March 1, 1890

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      Lifestyle Changes. Lifetime Benefits.

      Lifestyle Changes. Lifetime Benefits.

      A New Outlook for Old Age