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The dawn of a new genomic age
As part of an intensive effort to develop a new generation of machines that will sequence DNA at a vastly reduced cost, scientists are decoding a new human genome ' that of James D. Watson, the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA and the first director of the National Institutes of Health’s h...  | Read.. 
Home Planet' Not on bush's agenda
From 2002 until this year, NASA’s mission statement, prominently featured in its budget and planning documents, read: “To understand and pro ...  | Read.. 
The dawn of a new genomic age
Rain on Titan
Geeks, indeed
Desert music
Care giving
India’s pride
Focus on humans!
Better anti-virus
Keeping children off the porn
BITS & BITES -
Here’s how you can prevent kids from visiting adult websites ...  | Read.. 
 
Wiping out polio'
Governments around the world have been spending hefty sums on combating the spread of polio. But will polio ever be totally eradicated' A recent article in Science magazine emphatically argues that it won’t be wiped out completely. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cereal offenders
The X disease
Kids need more exercise to cut heart risk
Poor memory' Get some sleep
Poor ‘age faster due to stress’
Beat the crush
Who's the man in the mirror'
Do you find it difficult to remember faces' If yes, you could be...  | Read.. 
Reality Check
Skipping breakfast can affect your mood and energy...  | Read.. 
Recommended: Coexistence of faith and science
The language of god Francis S. Collins Free Press; $ 26.00...  | Read.. 
 
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