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All Articles for Magazine issue 1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)
Year (Volume & No.)TitleAbstractAuthorDownload
1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)Gamma-ray Astronomy: The High-Energy UniverseBy expanding their observations into the high-energy-gamma portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, astronomers and physicists have opened a new window on the cosmos.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)Heavy Fermions: Turmoil in the Solid StateAccumulating insight into the properties of heavy-electron (or heavy-fermion) metals is raising as many questions as answers among the condensed-matter physicists who study them.Arthur FisherPDF
1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)Homeobox: A Biological Rosetta StoneHomeoboxes, fruit of a crossing of molecular and developmental biology, are emerging as common elements in the genetic events that lead to cellular differentiation.Ben PatruskyPDF
1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)Neurochemistry: Learning at the Sub-Neural LevelThe molecular events that take place as neurons go through their paces are the fundamental--perhaps irreducible--components of learning and memory.Robert KanigelPDF
1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)Optoelectronics: Electrons and Photons in Double HarnessThe marriage of electronic and optical phenomenain the production of useful devices foreshadows major advances in communications and computing technologies. The gallium arsenide family plays a key role.Norman MetzgerPDF


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