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All Articles for Magazine issue 1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)
Year (Volume & No.)TitleAbstractAuthorDownload
1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)Beta2m: Beta2m: There in the Beginning?The puzzle of an occupation-linked disease led to the discovery and study of ubiquitous molecule's multifarious roles. A challenging disease. AIDS clue.David ZimmermanPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)Large-scale Structure: The Universe, By and LargeThe availability of massive computer capacity, among other things, makes possible views of the universe's structure on the largest scale.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)Positrons: Positrons, Matter, and MaterialsPositrons can do what electrons cannot in the study of matter and material.Steve OlsonPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)Quantizing Gravity: Gravity, the Fourth ForcePhysicists seeking to make unification theory truly grand will have to come to terms with the weakest of the known forces in nature. A startling prediction. Nature and her symmetries. Symmetry dictates interactions.Margaret SilbarPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)RNA Splicing: RNA: Messenger, Self-splicer, Catalyst...The discovery of an RNA intron and its capacity for self-splicing draws attention to the catalytic and other roles RNA plays. Nonsense RNA. Chicken and egg.David HolzmanPDF


 

 
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