Table of Contents May 2004

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mature-egg
Determining when life begins is complicated by a process that unfolds months before a sperm meets an egg
think-faster-1
Are the brain's emotional circuits hardwired for speed?
king-of-trees
Can biologists resurrect the mighty chestnut that once dominated the forests of eastern America?
If we want to be a spacefaring nation, we'll have to get better at predicting the weather the nearest star throws at us
bridge
Two miles long, with towers nearly as tall as those of the World Trade Center, the Messina Bridge challenges science's ability to design around wind, earthquakes, and environmentalists.
red-fish
Scientists have discovered that fish in the ocean glow, gleam, spark, and light up like neon signs. Now they want to know how.

DEPARTMENTS

A young athlete stumbles around the emergency room like an old man
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