Table of Contents May 2002

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Could Jupiter's frozen moon support some arctic-like microbes?
The U.S. is the last Western country that still uses them for medical research.
Anna Roosevelt's ventures into the jungles of South America have turned up traces of human settlements far older than archaeologists ever suspected
A supercharged new network with true tele-presence puts the needs of science first
Can programmable implants help epileptics detect the onset of seizures?
The only real threat the majestic redwood has ever faced is us


The disease that shows us how we are what we eat

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