The new knowledge coming out of basic research laboratories will result in changes
in health care of such magnitude that they will modify all of our lives and
indeed our social institutions—our philosophies, laws, and politics—as
well as the practice of medicine.
by William J. Dreyer
Hang-gliding is a fairly rarefied sport for college students, but it's nothing new for Taras Kiceniuk, Jr.
in the Swim
Was it difficult for Ted Wu to make the big jump from China to Iowa? Yes, and it took him two weeks to feel at home.
Where Were the
Luis Alvarez is using the cosmic radiation from space to analyze the internal structure of Khefren's pyramid.
Reward of a 40-year Search
by Fritz Zwicky
Pioneer 11—An Ace in the Hole
Replication Site in DNA
Retiring This Year—C. Hewitt Dix
The Month at Caltech