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Article ID: 19604

New Scientist Tipsheet for 7-8-00

New Scientist

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6-Jul-2000 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 19603

Mars Passes by the Sun

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

On July 1st and 2nd coronagraphs on the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory captured a beautiful sequence of images showing Mars as it passed less than one degree from the Sun.

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Article ID: 19602

Unnatural Flow Is Threat to Water Quality

American Rivers

American Rivers, the leading river conservation group, praised EPA for recognizing the critical importance of naturally flowing rivers to water quality in a report that finds only half of the nation's waterbodies meet federal water quality standards.

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Article ID: 19598

Deuterium Raining into Milky Way

Williams College

A team of researchers led by Hofstra University and Williams College have reported finding a significant amount of deuterium (a rare isotope of hydrogen) raining into the center of our Milky Way (Nature, 6-29-00).

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Article ID: 19597

Tour Ground Zero of Potato Late Blight Disease

Cornell University

Journalists are invited to attend the Potato Late Blight Field Day in Toluca, Mexico, on Aug. 28 to tour affected fields, greenhouses and laboratories with agricultural scientists from Ireland, Poland, the U.S., Mexico and Canada who will be available for interviews.

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Article ID: 19592

Earth Greatest Distance from Sun on 4th of July

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

This article discusses Earth's slightly elliptical orbit and the effects (some negligible, some substantial) that lopsided orbits have on planets around the solar system.

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1-Jul-2000 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 19591

Carbon Dioxide Could Replace Global-Warming Refrigerant

Purdue University

Researchers are making progress in perfecting automotive and portable air-conditioning systems that use environmentally friendly carbon dioxide as a refrigerant instead of conventional, synthetic global-warming and ozone-depleting chemicals; new findings will be reported during a conference in July.

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Article ID: 19590

Protein Biochips: Improved Detection, Diagnosis

Purdue University

Scientists at Purdue University have created the first protein "biochips," mating silicon computer chips with biological proteins.

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1-Jul-2000 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 19584

Illinois Should Enact Law Regulating Water Withdrawal

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Whether or not a drought materializes this summer, Illinois needs a water law to regulate the withdrawal of water from streams before there is a crisis leading to rationing and poor water quality, a University of Illinois engineer recommends.

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Article ID: 19576

Alleviating and Managing Pain in Animals

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Managing and alleviating pain is the focus of a new guidebook written by small animal specialists at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.

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