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Tipping the Scales in Fat Research
Fundementals of Fat
brain and body
dictate how we eat and how we store food energy. Ultimately,
understanding their interaction may be the key to controlling
Politics of Persuasion
There's more than
one way to the U.S. Capitol. Researchers study the paths
of persuasion that lead to victory.
Energizing Math &Science
and teachers get a boost in math and science education,
and it's a lot more than just chalk and talk.
Transforming Genetic Lingo
may reflect how we percieve our choices about genetics
and reproduction. Celeste Condit's research sheds new light
on the issue.
Viewpoint - by Joe L. Key
will budget changes from Capitol Hill affect university research?
Vice President Joe Key shares his viewpoint on the future
of research funding.
Fungi as a Teaching and Research Tool
Long before their findings ever make the headlines, researchers
rely on dozens of laboratories and other research support services to advance
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The Other Booth
John Ammerman explores the life of renowned 19th century Shakespearean
actor Edwin Booth, brother of the infamous John
Soaking Up Some Heavy Metal
Scientists have genetically altered a plant that one day may soak
up mercury and other metals that pollute the environment.
King of the Road
Fred Stephenson's survey paves the way for a healthier trucking industry.
Secrets of Stork Survival
Why are wood stork populations flourishing in Georgia and South
Carolina and declining in Florida's swamps? Ecologist Larry
Bryan is on the trail to find the answers.