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...Canal," "STIFF: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers"). Roach has also written for National Geographic, Wired, New Scientist, The New York Times Book Review, the Journal of Clinical Anatomy, and Outside, among other publications, and her...

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Art
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...international group of space enthusiasts, is planning to build a simulated Mars station on Canada's barren Devon Island, New Scientist reports. Like Mars, it is cold and dry and covered in rocky ridges, valleys and craters. The Mars Arctic Research...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...underwear-eating bacteria. I found out about this thanks to the many alert readers who sent me an article from ``New Scientist'' magazine stating that Russian scientists - and you KNOW these are guy scientists - are trying to solve the problem...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...said. Meanwhile, a report in the British publication New Scientist raised questions about the needle-nosed jet's engines...eliminate risks that could lead to a catastrophe. However, New Scientist reported that some of the risks identified in the study...

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Personal Briefing

...international group of space enthusiasts, is planning to build a simulated Mars station on Canada's barren Devon Island, New Scientist reports. Like Mars, it is cold and dry and covered in rocky ridges, valleys and craters. The Mars Arctic Research...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012499/Fro_briefing.html
Frontiers
From now on, let women kill their own spiders

...underwear-eating bacteria. I found out about this thanks to the many alert readers who sent me an article from ``New Scientist'' magazine stating that Russian scientists - and you KNOW these are guy scientists - are trying to solve the problem...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021499/Ope_barry.html
Opinion
Accumulated fragments: William Healey Dall

...his hand and give a name to the crustaceans, worms, mollusks and echinoderms feeding in the algae and seaweed; a new scientist in a new world, a man scarcely out of boyhood who stood on the verge of one of the greatest scientific careers of...

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Neighbors
Investigators: Stray metal piece probably punctured Concorde tire

...said. Meanwhile, a report in the British publication New Scientist raised questions about the needle-nosed jet's engines...eliminate risks that could lead to a catastrophe. However, New Scientist reported that some of the risks identified in the study...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081000/Bre_breakin.html
Breaking
Juneau Empire Online Frontiers: Personal Briefing 7/19/98

...boost from taking a pill, rather than changes in brain chemistry, could account for the improvements in patients, New Scientist magazine reports. Unlike pharmaceutical companies, which say the drugs are 40 percent more effective than chemically...

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Juneau Empire Online Frontiers: Briefly 7/13/97

...is deafening a generation, according to a report in New Scientist magazine that up to a quarter of young Germans have...hard-pounding sounds. Despite the German findings, New Scientist reports some skepticism among other researchers, who...

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