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[email protected] Lab Selections

For the convenience of teachers and others who may find single-page handouts useful, the following stories from previous issues of [email protected] Lab have been edited to fit two sides of a single sheet of paper. To open these pdfs you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is available without charge.

With each new issue of [email protected] Lab we'll add two or more stories that have broad appeal to this directory. We'll be happy to make a similar condensed version of any of our other stories upon request.

 
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Life's Machinery for Hearing


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Lighting It Right With Smart Dust


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A Mission to Darfur


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Flashback to the Future


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The Iron in Winter


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Conductivity is More Than Skin Deep


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An Age-Old Microbe May Hold the Key to Curing an Age-Old Affliction


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Paving the Way for Early Detection of Cancer


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Carbon Nanotubes You Can Live With


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Why Daya Bay


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Clamping Down on Mercury Emissions


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New Hope for Brain Cancer Therapy


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Getting the Neptunium out of Nuclear Waste


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What Models Can (and Can't) Tell Us About Risk


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Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons


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Taking the Measure of the Seebeck Effect


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A Gene Expression Spectacular: The Developing Drosophila Embryo


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Batteries of the Future: Modeling Lithium-ion Battery Behavior


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Damaged Land, Buried Carbon


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Breast Cancer: Finding the Right Treatment


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CALGEM: Measuring California's Greenhouse Gas Emissions


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Building Green for China's Future


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Keeping in Sync at a Quadrillionth of a Second