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Articles from Science News (March 16, 1985)

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Title Author Type Words
A tungsten coat for silicon. 360
Anatomy of atherosclerosis; in hardening of the arteries, the body's attempt to heal itself causes problems. Silberner, Joanne 1424
Antibodies in cow's milk. 175
Breast cancer: death to the radical? Silberner, Joanne 392
Coffee: grounds for concern? 83
Do kinks and twists denote DNA damage? Raloff, Janet 488
Firing up the furnaces. 98
How malleable are eyewitness memories? Bower, Bruce 746
More AIDS, more questions. 322
Mutagens in air: they may be a gas. Raloff, Janet 589
Of hearts and mind in emergencies. Bennett, Dawn D. 550
Out of the pork barrel, into the fire. Peterson, Ivars 803
Pulling the plug on sterilization. Silberner, Joanne 352
Sealing a ceramic sandwich with a zap. 103
Slave-making ants rob cradle. Miller, Julie Ann 304
T cells as a cause of autoimmunity. 192
Three bites in a doughnut; computer-generated pictures contribute to the discovery of a new minimal surface. Peterson, Ivars 1376
Volcanos and extinctions: erupting of the impact idea? Weisburd, Stefi 1200

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