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Article ID: 14747

Lunar Prospector Update

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Astronomers are still sifting through their data from the Lunar Prospector for elusive signatures of a tenuous water vapor cloud that may have resulted from the crash.

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4-Sep-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14745

DNA Enzyme May Be Factor in Natural Mutagenesis

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

DNA enzyme may be factor in natural mutagenesis and in process by which mutant bacteria are formed, according to a University of Nebraska-Lincoln scientist.

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Article ID: 14737

Emerging Marine Diseases

North Carolina State University

The world's leading Pfiesteria expert, Dr. JoAnn Burkholder, of North Carolina State University, has co-authored "Emerging Marine Disease -- Climate Links and Anthropogenic Factors," published Friday, Sept. 3, in the journal Science. The article examines the recent rise of mass mortalities in ocean-dwelling plants and animals due to disease outbreaks.

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Article ID: 14736

Digital Camera Senses Only UV Light

North Carolina State University

Scientists and students at North Carolina State University have teamed with researchers at the Night Vision Laboratory at Fort Belvoir, Va., and the Honeywell Technology Center to demonstrate the world's first digital camera that senses only ultraviolet light.

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Article ID: 14730

Thursday's Classroom, Sun's Sizzling Corona

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

This Science@NASA feature story explores the latest NASA research into the coronal mystery.

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3-Sep-1999 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 14727

First-Ever Cloned Bull

Texas A&M University

Scientists have successfully cloned what is believed to be the first calf cloned from an adult bull, which is also the oldest animal ever cloned -- a 21-year-old Brahman.

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Article ID: 14726

How Beachfront Property Turned Mountainous

Rice University

A team of Rice University scientists is studying how North America formed from a beach to the Rocky Mountain range 2 billion years ago.

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Article ID: 14725

Plant Toxin Causes Fungal Suicide

Purdue University

A natural plant toxin can stop invading fungi by turning a fungus's protein production system against itself a Purdue University researcher reports Monday (9/6) at the meeting of the Chinese National Academy of Sciences in Shanghai.

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Article ID: 14721

September 2, 1999 Tip Sheet from NSF

National Science Foundation (NSF)

1- students get hands-on experience at particle physics lab, 2- mustard weed could provide cancer clues, 3- changes in el nino frequency show up in Egypt's Nile River

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Article ID: 14719

Common Drug, Improved Performance in Race Horses

Ohio State University

A drug legally given before a race to horses for a certain medical condition is suspected of having a positive effect on their performance, according to a study at Ohio State.

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