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Articles from Science News (May 10, 1986)

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Title Author Type Words
... and the dust drought causes. 324
Beefing up the flavor arsenal. 166
Chernobyl: emerging data on accident. Silberner, Joanne 1129
Computing a molecular shortcut. 202
Electrons with drag; a newly discovered class of intermetallic compounds with unusual thermal and electromagnetic properties is revealing some basic new physics of condensed matter. Thomsen, Dietrick E. 1898
Inside averages; from x-ray tomography to Plato's books, mathematicians are uncovering secrets hidden in averages. Peterson, Ivars 1400
More shakers felt in Mexico. Weisburd, Stefi 325
New dates for 'early' tools. 237
Oldest marsupial found? Weisburd, Stefi 407
PET project with psychiatric drugs. 283
Pig vaccine back on sale; query begins. Miller, Julie Ann 720
Positrons, electrons form supernuclei. Thomsen, Dietrick E. 653
Pulling polymers into line. 370
The 'white overalls' of overconfidence. Greenberg, Joel 595
The causes of drought .... 306
The danger of polyester-cotton blends. 419
The road to space gets steeper still. Weisburd, Stefi 642
Two faces of epilepsy. 309

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