Saturday, April 12, 2008

The Latest from Science Online Magazine

Let's look at the the latest two issues of Science Magazine.
11 April 2008Vol 320, Issue 5873, Pages 151-250
* News of the Week
- ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION: New Rules on Saving Wetlands Push the Limits of the Science
- MEDICINE: Drug Bestows Radiation Resistance on Mice and Monkeys
- PLANETARY GEOLOGY: An Early Big Hit to Mars May Have Scarred the Planet for Life
- APPLIED PHYSICS: At Mixed Odds, Racetrack Memory Charges From Gate
* News Focus
- PLANT GENETICS: The Blue Revolution, Drop by Drop, Gene by Gene
- PLANT GENETICS: Getting to the Root of Drought Responses
* Letters
- Vegetation's Role in Coastal Protection
- Soil Erosion: Data Say C Sink
* Books
- ECOLOGY: Return to Natural History
- MATHEMATICS: Connecting the Dots
- A listing of books received at Science during the week ended April 11, 2008
* Perspectives
- GEOCHEMISTRY: Toward New Uses for Hematite
- BIOCHEMISTRY: Anatomy of a Fungal Polyketide Synthase
- BIOCHEMISTRY: Zooming Into Live Cells
- RETROSPECTIVE: Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008)
* Brevia
- Amplification of Cretaceous Warmth by Biological Cloud Feedbacks
* Reports
- Impact of Artificial Reservoir Water Impoundment on Global Sea Level
- Linked Reactivity at Mineral-Water Interfaces Through Bulk Crystal Conduction
- Convergence of Campylobacter Species: Implications for Bacterial Evolution
4 April 2008Vol 320, Issue 5872, Pages 15-120
* News of the week
- AIDS RESEARCH: Review of Vaccine Failure Prompts a Return to Basics
- MICROBIOLOGY: Germs Take a Bite Out of Antibiotics
* News Focus
- CANCER BIOLOGY: All in the Stroma: Cancer's Cosa Nostra
- AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY MEETING: Magnetic Measurements Hint at Toastier Superconductivity
- CONSERVATION BIOLOGY: Puzzling Over a Steller Whodunit
* Letters
- Conserving Top Predators in Ecosystems
- The Role of Fisheries-Induced Evolution
* Perspectives
- BIOCHEMISTRY: Toward Understanding Self-Splicing
- CLIMATE: Blooms Like It Hot
* Brevia
- Bats Limit Arthropods and Herbivory in a Tropical Forest
* Reports
- Revealing Magnetic Interactions from Single-Atom Magnetization Curves
- The Electrical Conductivity of Post-Perovskite in Earth's D'' Layer
- Bacteria Subsisting on Antibiotics
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