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Magazine articles on research, scientific thinking, and laboratories.
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June 14, 2004
Arlene Weintraub
Can Drug-Busters Beat New Steroids? Scientists enlisted by anti-doping agencies are trying to stay a step ahead of the cheaters as the Athens Olympics approach. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
June 2004
Naomi Lubick
Touching the Stars A professor at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania is one of many researchers and teachers making the physical sciences visible to students who are visually impaired or blind. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
June 7, 2004
Port & Tashiro
Supercomputing The race is on. Superfast computers are essential to high-level scientific research. Can the U.S. recapture the lead from Japan? mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
Bio-IT World
May 19, 2004
Smietana & Lou
Better Lab Workflow with XML Many bottlenecks could be avoided if informatics data systems provided mechanisms for installing these device drivers so that new instruments could be seamlessly integrated into laboratory workflow. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
National Defense
June 2004
Harold Kennedy
DHS Technology Budget To Exceed $1B in 2005 An array of emerging technologies is the key to defending the United States from its enemies, according to Charles E. McQueary, undersecretary of homeland security for science and technology. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
Science News
May 8, 2004
A National Science Museum If you can't make it to Washington, D.C., to visit the recently opened Marian Koshland Science Museum of the National Academy of Sciences, check out the museum's online exhibits. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
May 2004
Megan Sever
French Science Crisis On March 9, more than 2,000 French science research laboratory directors and team leaders tendered their resignations of administrative and management duties in protest over what they call "draconian cuts" in government scientific spending and research jobs. mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
Information Today
April 2004
Richard Poynder
The Inevitable and the Optimal What measures are being taken in the U.K. government, the publishing industry, and academic institutions to ensure that researchers, teachers, and students have access to the publications they need? mark for My Articles 649 similar articles
Information Today
March 22, 2004
Barbara Quint
Sci-Tech Not-For-Profit Publishers Commit to Limited Open Access The DC Principles are a response to charges that current publisher practices impede access to published scientific research. mark for My Articles 543 similar articles
Information Today
March 22, 2004
Paula J. Hane
U.K. Parliamentary Committee Holds Hearings on Scientific Publishing On March 1 and 8, the U.K. House of Commons Science and Technology Committee held the first two days of hearings as part of its inquiry into the pricing and availability of scientific publications and possible government support for open access publishing. mark for My Articles 396 similar articles
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