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Disappearing ink: tattoo technology for modern impermanence. Cover story Oct 13, 2007 2033
Cellulose dreams: the search for new means and materials for making ethanol. Aug 25, 2007 1871
The Buck Starts Here. Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2000 2051
Molecules Leave Their Mark. Mar 18, 2000 1596
Where the Gems Are. Brief Article Mar 11, 2000 796
Vision Quest. Feb 5, 2000 1716
Unraveling the Mystery of Melanin. Sep 18, 1999 1557
An Electrifying DNA Debate. Aug 14, 1999 1969
Old Glory, New Glory. Jun 26, 1999 2235
Beyond Vancomycin. Apr 24, 1999 2179
A Nonconformist Compound. Feb 20, 1999 1998
A bug's kiss has chemistry in humans. Jan 23, 1999 423
New polymer soaks up more cholesterol. Brief Article Jan 16, 1999 400
A Fireproof Future? Jan 16, 1999 2014
Carbon gourds hold gas, not water. Brief Article Dec 12, 1998 342
Stressfree carbon needs no support. Brief Article Dec 12, 1998 174
Special steel finds real applications. Brief Article Dec 12, 1998 179
Quantum dots stack into a 3-D array. Brief Article Dec 12, 1998 150
Titanic wreckage still tells a riveting tale. Brief Article Dec 5, 1998 695
Fill 'Er Up ... With Veggie Oil. Dec 5, 1998 1973
TNT-sensing plastic exposes land mines. Brief Article Nov 21, 1998 411
DNA computing tricks add up to progress. Brief Article Oct 24, 1998 268
Space-age metals: freed from gravity, materials reveal their mysteries. Cover Story Oct 24, 1998 2013
New penicillin booby-traps bacteria. Brief Article Oct 24, 1998 295
A new angle on a blood-cell hormone. Brief Article Oct 24, 1998 195
Chemistry computations earn Nobel prize. Brief Article Oct 17, 1998 448
RNA folding process reveals new twist. Brief Article Oct 10, 1998 388
Musical metal: science catches up with the shimmering sound of steel drums. Oct 10, 1998 2113
Killer toxin's punch lies below the belt. Brief Article Oct 3, 1998 496
Dryer lint snares more than just fuzz. Brief Article Oct 3, 1998 274
All we need now is a nanocable guy. Brief Article Oct 3, 1998 154
Silver flashes red, yellow, and green. Brief Article Oct 3, 1998 149
Ceramics cling to long bacterial strings. Brief Article Sep 26, 1998 503
Fish enzyme flexes to adapt to the cold. Brief Article Sep 19, 1998 368
A sugarfree beet that tastes just as sweet. Brief Article Sep 12, 1998 324
Huge testing planned for hormone mimics. Brief Article Sep 5, 1998 650
Fake fat promises to lower cholesterol. Brief Article Sep 5, 1998 184
Reheating can't make stale bread fresh. Brief Article Sep 5, 1998 279
Assembling an antidote to anthrax. Brief Article Sep 5, 1998 127
Nanotubes get another glowing review. Brief Article Aug 22, 1998 484
Laser beam can pop out single cells. Brief Article Aug 15, 1998 523
The incredible shrinking laboratory: microchips may revolutionize chemistry as they did computers. Cover Story Aug 15, 1998 1543
Tiles of DNA assemble with a designer fit. Brief Article Aug 8, 1998 370
Smart threads act sensitively when hit. Brief Article Aug 1, 1998 228
Vacuuming metals into molds. Brief Article Aug 1, 1998 189
Burger boxes as starchy as the bun. Brief Article Aug 1, 1998 100
Air-filled spaces make swifter chips. Brief Article Jul 18, 1998 430
Oxygen gets superconducting powers. Brief Article Jul 18, 1998 147
Test can find traces of drugs in milk. Brief Article Jul 18, 1998 188
Bubble factory for petroleum catalyst. Brief Article Jul 18, 1998 114
Tiny icicles grow in electric fields. Brief Article Jul 11, 1998 479
As hard as diamond? Tracking the elusive carbon nitride. Cover Story Jul 11, 1998 2130
Chemical switch cuts off melatonin. Brief Article Jul 4, 1998 441
Playing ball with new carbon molecules. Brief Article Jun 27, 1998 515
Protein's shape may give extra-sugary taste. Jun 20, 1998 415
Quick screening yields better catalysts. Brief Article Jun 13, 1998 399
New spermicides stop cells gently. Brief Article Jun 6, 1998 296
Empty virus acts as crystal container. Brief Article May 30, 1998 227
Heat reveals invisible images in gels. Brief Article May 30, 1998 121
Looking at an alternative to aspirin. Brief Article May 23, 1998 394
Putting the squeeze on grapefruit juice. Brief Article May 9, 1998 568
Hot-blooded proteins: heat-loving enzymes stay cool under stress. Cover Story May 9, 1998 2248
Synchrotron beam makes cells tell all. Brief Article May 2, 1998 534
Cold viruses enter cells without knocking. Brief Article Apr 25, 1998 373
Tiny bioreactors speed up enzyme reaction. Brief Article Apr 11, 1998 480
Friends, elephants: lend me your ears. Brief Article Apr 11, 1998 249
Violin's varnish makes beautiful music. Brief Article Apr 11, 1998 198
Soap stamps out grease fires. Brief Article Apr 11, 1998 139
Ritalin may work better as purer compound. Brief Article Apr 4, 1998 559
Private eyes: biometric identification is set to replace passwords and PINs. Apr 4, 1998 1962
DNA scissors cleave their comrades. Brief Article Apr 4, 1998 306
Grainy wire self-assembles along DNA. Brief Article Apr 4, 1998 161
Magnetic materials keep fridges cool. Brief Article Mar 28, 1998 547
Digging in the dirt: chemical and biological sensors could aid the search for hidden land mines. Mar 28, 1998 1784
Chemistry smooths silicon surface. Brief Article Mar 28, 1998 212
Silk foam eases structure studies. Brief Article Mar 28, 1998 144
Electrons swirl into crystal array. Brief Article Mar 28, 1998 89
Timeless machine detects electric charge. Brief Article Mar 14, 1998 427
Numbers can confuse jurors. Brief Article Feb 28, 1998 239
Texas-sized molecule battles cancer. Brief Article Feb 28, 1998 268
New faces to fill top science posts. Brief Article Feb 28, 1998 97
Peptide nanotube acts as tunnel for ions. Brief Article Feb 14, 1998 480
Protein switch curls bacterial propellers. Feb 7, 1998 580
Seeing how much stuff sticks to snow. Brief Article Feb 7, 1998 307
Cocaine-laced locks tell hairy story. Brief Article Feb 7, 1998 283
Highway, heal thyself. Jan 24, 1998 1720
Sulfur speeds oil formation in lab. Brief Article Jan 10, 1998 387
Flying toward all-electric airplanes. Brief Article Jan 10, 1998 212
Neurons switch when stuck on a chip. Brief Article Jan 10, 1998 208
Xenon injects images with brightness. Brief Article Jan 3, 1998 345
Electric diode tunes in to plastic. Brief Article Dec 20, 1997 379
Butterfly sparkle characterized for chips. Brief Article Dec 13, 1997 375
Molecules shuttle electrons to and fro. Brief Article Dec 13, 1997 402
Chemical safety board revived. Brief Article Dec 13, 1997 197
Sound waves track head injuries. Brief Article Dec 13, 1997 214
Growing cells on a knitted polymer. Brief Article Dec 13, 1997 201
Silk ties to keep bones together. Brief Article Dec 13, 1997 147
Corroded planes turn paint pink. Brief Article Dec 6, 1997 401
Floating frogs: magnets help living organisms defy gravity. Dec 6, 1997 1430
Protein shells out guidance to crystals. Brief Article Nov 22, 1997 597

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