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Articles from Science News (August 13, 1988)

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Title Author Type Words
A distant look at Comet Halley. Peterson, Ivars 282
AIDS: even in vivo, evolution persists. 249
Awakenings in anesthesia: amid controversy, scientists move closer to understanding surgery's mysterious partner. Beil, Laura 1645
Cornucopious nutrition: though QPM looks like regular corn, nutritional analysis shows it's anything but ordinary. Raloff, Janet 2117
Disease evolution plagues scientists. Hendricks, Melissa 461
Farthest known galaxy. Eberhart, Jonathan 248
Fat chance: predicting breast cancer's course. Eron, Carol 677
Herb offers headache re-leaf. 173
Highballs and the heart. 142
Hints of planets circling nearby stars. Peterson, Ivars 1019
Into the depths of a volcanic system. 270
Laser seeks out and zaps cell proteins. Vaughan, Christopher 429
Most sensitive photoelectric semiconductor. 286
New technologies emerge in medical AI. Weiss, Rick 522
Pieces of a fluffy comet. Peterson, Ivars 184
Pollution study finds smoking gun. Beil, Laura 391
Quantum wells as heat detectors. 300
R&D highlights of trade bill (provision of Omnibus Trade Bill that affect research and development) Raloff, Janet 580
Seals' story written in their own hand. 326
Success of bypass surgery questioned. Beil, Laura 349

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