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Articles from Science News (April 14, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
... And then takes some lumps. (Anthropology). 206
African Rock Art: Paintings and Engravings on Stone. (Science News Books). 129
Ancient ash flow brought sudden death. (Science News of the week). Perkins, S. 535
Biomedicine, defense to sidestep budget ax. (Science News of the week). Weiss, P. 1078
Boosting boron could be healthful. (Science News of the week). Raloff, J. 609
Dr. Folkman's War: Angiogenesis and the Struggle to Defeat Cancer. (Science News Books). 210
Drawing the Line: How Mason and Dixon Surveyed the Most Famous Border in America. (Science News Books). 168
Fatty findings: Genes that regulate fat may affect a variety of diseases. Christensen, Damaris 2113
Gene therapy won't replace Viagra--yet. (Biology). 306
Infections tied to head and neck cancers. (Science News of the week). Wang, L. 495
Leaden news for city neighborhoods. (Chemistry). 287
Lifestyles of the bright and toxic overlap. (Science News of the week). Milius, S. 600
Liver cells thrive on novel silicon chips. (Science News of the week). Gorman, J. 515
Looking for osteoporosis in spit. (Biology). 306
Mauve: How One Man Invented a Color That Changed the World. (Science News Books). 115
Nature Out of Place: Biological Invasions in the Global Age. (Science News Books). 146
Oceans of electricity: new technologies convert the motion of waves into watts. (Cover Story). Weiss, Peter Ulrich 2138
Our family tree does the splits ... (Anthropology). 380
Probes find a new plume on Io. (Astronomy). 376
Searching for a lost craft. (Astronomy). 174
The Hole in the Universe: How Scientists Peered over the Edge of Emptiness and Found Everything. (Science News Books). 106
Viruses may play a part in schizophrenia. (Science News of the week). Bower, B. 435
Would you like wheat with that burger? (Chemistry). 237

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