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    1. Brave new medicine - Creating human clones for no good reason is wrong

      NEW SCIENTIST

    2. A question of trust

      NEW SCIENTIST
    3. Coghlan, A; Ainsworth, C; Concar, D
      Don't expect any miracles - Far from heralding an age of wonder cures, cloned human embryos may be a dead end

      NEW SCIENTIST
    4. Cho, A
      Getting warmer - Is carbon the key to superconductors that work at room temperature?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    5. Coghlan, A
      The dairy difference - A key risk factor was missing from FMD epidemic models

      NEW SCIENTIST
    6. Graham-Rowe, D
      The weakest link - US government gets shaming F grade for cyber security

      NEW SCIENTIST
    7. MacKenzie, D
      Bioweapons treaty withers

      NEW SCIENTIST
    8. Jones, N
      Inoculate your mind

      NEW SCIENTIST
    9. Jones, N
      Brain pills - Popping a few of these a week could prevent the onset of Alzheimer's

      NEW SCIENTIST
    10. Chown, M
      Holes in the hood - For a bit of local action take a peep beyond Pluto

      NEW SCIENTIST
    11. Hecht, J
      Bruising the moon

      NEW SCIENTIST
    12. MacKenzie, D
      Death in the post

      NEW SCIENTIST
    13. Cohen, P
      An appetite for cancer - We've finally found bacteria that love to gobble up tumours

      NEW SCIENTIST
    14. Randerson, J
      Moby's makeover - Whales show the way to a cleaner, greener boat

      NEW SCIENTIST
    15. Motluk, A
      Schizophrenia linked to sexually transmitted disease

      NEW SCIENTIST
    16. Hecht, J
      Lively atmosphere - You need to test the air to find life on distant planets

      NEW SCIENTIST
    17. Randerson, J
      In space, no one gets to sleep

      NEW SCIENTIST
    18. Pye-Smith, C
      Slash and burn - If we want more mahogany, we need to mimic hurricanes andfire

      NEW SCIENTIST
    19. Young, E
      Stopping diabetes

      NEW SCIENTIST
    20. Schrope, M
      Fish out of water - China's inflated catches are masking worldwide overfishing

      NEW SCIENTIST
    21. Randerson, J
      Seeds of destruction - Have mozzies met their match?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    22. Jones, N
      Big chilly countries lose out under Kyoto

      NEW SCIENTIST
    23. Graham-Rowe, D
      Chef's special - Fresh fish will top astronauts' menu, thanks to an on-board biosphere

      NEW SCIENTIST
    24. Sample, I
      Coolness under fire - Warpaint promises to shield soldiers from the heat of battle

      NEW SCIENTIST
    25. Fox, B
      Call the tune - Use your mobile to name any song in three seconds flat

      NEW SCIENTIST
    26. Glaskin, M
      Could your laptop do better than an estate agent?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    27. Jones, N
      Dye hard - Can you colour cloth without ruining soil and killing fish?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    28. Battersby, S
      Blast from the vast

      NEW SCIENTIST
    29. Westphal, SP
      Smart bullets

      NEW SCIENTIST
    30. Holmes, B
      Slaughter of the innocents

      NEW SCIENTIST
    31. Daviss, B
      Write here, write now

      NEW SCIENTIST
    32. Else, L; Slaughter, R
      Seizing tomorrow

      NEW SCIENTIST
    33. Villanueva, C
      All our futures

      NEW SCIENTIST
    34. Pearce, F
      A very English habit

      NEW SCIENTIST
    35. Dalyell, T
      Westminster diary

      NEW SCIENTIST
    36. O'Brien, J; Spencer, J
      No support for homeopathy's claims

      NEW SCIENTIST
    37. Ramkissoon, V
      No support for homeopathy's claims

      NEW SCIENTIST
    38. Green, K
      No support for homeopathy's claims

      NEW SCIENTIST
    39. Lafene, A
      No support for homeopathy's claims

      NEW SCIENTIST
    40. Maicas, E
      No support for homeopathy's claims

      NEW SCIENTIST
    41. Geake, M
      Send a cow

      NEW SCIENTIST
    42. Stamler, R
      Failed states?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    43. Soar, M
      120 per cent silly

      NEW SCIENTIST
    44. Attwell, B
      Health in zimbabwe

      NEW SCIENTIST
    45. Pelling, N
      Anybody's guess

      NEW SCIENTIST
    46. Lee, C
      Anybody's guess

      NEW SCIENTIST
    47. Kettlewell, M
      Saving twins

      NEW SCIENTIST
    48. Laver, J
      Brainwave loop

      NEW SCIENTIST
    49. Hicks, A
      Deaf to reason

      NEW SCIENTIST
    50. Kell, D
      Don't cut the cable

      NEW SCIENTIST
    51. Edmondson, J
      How big is Somalia?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    52. Brewer, D
      How big is Somalia?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    53. Beauman, B
      Sniff, sniff

      NEW SCIENTIST
    54. Thuriaux, B
      Sniff, sniff

      NEW SCIENTIST
    55. Brooke, P
      Unlucky 13

      NEW SCIENTIST
    56. Ward, P
      The answer is ...

      NEW SCIENTIST
    57. Gunn, J
      Russian roulette

      NEW SCIENTIST
    58. Wells, B
      Russian roulette

      NEW SCIENTIST
    59. Stefaniuk, E
      Tight squeeze

      NEW SCIENTIST

    60. Clones are human too - Politicians need a lesson on the new facts of life

      NEW SCIENTIST

    61. Now call off the bullies

      NEW SCIENTIST
    62. MacKenzie, D
      Battle cry - The fight for cheaper drugs in poor countries is far from over

      NEW SCIENTIST
    63. Samuel, E
      Distant dream - Soon we'll know how far it is to the stars

      NEW SCIENTIST
    64. Edwards, R
      Hollow promises - Bush's nuclear weapon cuts sound wonderful, but they're actually a step backwards

      NEW SCIENTIST
    65. Marchant, J
      The giant tadpole that spawned us all

      NEW SCIENTIST
    66. Coghlan, A
      Wonder drugs - Should doctors now be doling out cholesterol pills like sweets?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    67. Coghlan, A
      No clones please

      NEW SCIENTIST
    68. Kleiner, K
      Domain dispute - Hospital sues former employee for control of gene database

      NEW SCIENTIST
    69. Chown, M
      Eviction time - This orbit ain't big enough for the four of us

      NEW SCIENTIST
    70. Oberg, J
      Outlook lean for NASA

      NEW SCIENTIST

    71. Turn on, kill off - Is reactivating switched-off genes a way to tackle cancer?

      NEW SCIENTIST
    72. Graham-Rowe, D
      Wake-up call - The aviation industry will have to square up to an invisible threat

      NEW SCIENTIST
    73. Coghlan, A
      Keep your distance - Canada warns that modified crops can spread further than thought

      NEW SCIENTIST
    74. Miller, G
      Bestial bugs - There's one hell of a kinky party going on in your gut

      NEW SCIENTIST
    75. Cohen, P
      Brain, heal thyself - With a bit of coaxing, humble glial cells might be turned into new neurons

      NEW SCIENTIST

    76. Mental gymnastics - Want better pecs? Lie back and think of the bench press

      NEW SCIENTIST

    77. Bloody antidote to coke

      NEW SCIENTIST
    78. Dayton, L
      Half man, half wolf - Creatures like werewolves are as old as humanity itself

      NEW SCIENTIST
    79. Marchant, J
      Damsels help corals in distress

      NEW SCIENTIST
    80. Randerson, J
      Fly-tipping saves crops

      NEW SCIENTIST
    81. Sample, I
      Printed power - Get energy where you need it by printing batteries straight onto a chip

      NEW SCIENTIST
    82. Samuel, E
      True colours - A blast of atomic oxygen is breathing life into an old master

      NEW SCIENTIST
    83. Sample, I
      Muscle mats could put robots through their paces

      NEW SCIENTIST
    84. Fox, B
      The Net next door - Tired of online gridlock? Mesh radio lets your neighbours ease the jam

      NEW SCIENTIST
    85. Hecht, J
      Cooler rhythms - With an optical pacemaker, cardiac patients needn't fear magnetic fields

      NEW SCIENTIST
    86. Chown, M
      Lost worlds

      NEW SCIENTIST
    87. Mullins, J
      Invasion of the nanonukes

      NEW SCIENTIST
    88. MacKenzie, D
      Ring a ring o'roses, a pocket full of posies, atishoo! atishoo! We all fall down

      NEW SCIENTIST
    89. Fletcher, L
      Life's a gas

      NEW SCIENTIST
    90. Frew, A
      Washington diary

      NEW SCIENTIST
    91. Sharpe, R
      Dope on dope

      NEW SCIENTIST
    92. Szalavitz, M
      Dope on dope

      NEW SCIENTIST
    93. Churms, D
      Dope on dope

      NEW SCIENTIST
    94. Ives, G
      Dope on dope

      NEW SCIENTIST
    95. O'Malley, S
      Prion priorities

      NEW SCIENTIST
    96. Erill, I
      Reflections on paper

      NEW SCIENTIST
    97. Feather, J
      Bellotto's cities

      NEW SCIENTIST
    98. Stevens, M
      Skyscraper safety

      NEW SCIENTIST
    99. Lodge, C
      Asbestos risks

      NEW SCIENTIST
    100. Young, E
      Monumental flaws

      NEW SCIENTIST


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