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Engineering and Science, Volume 49:1, September 1985

Engineering and Science, Volume 49:1, September 1985. [Journal Issue]

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In This Issue

Theoretical Chemistry Comes Alive
by William A. Goddard III
High-speed computers and sophisticated graphics allow theorists to examine the quantum mechanical steps of chemical reactions, setting off a revolution in what has been a highly empirical science.

Meaning in Art and Science
by Gunther S. Stent
A molecular biologist compares semantic content in artistic and scientific works — the latest salvo in a shotgun marriage.

Theoretical physicists suggest that long-sought unified field theory may be tied up in strings.


Research in Progress
California's First Barbecue?, Power of a Tourney, Dancing Sands, Zoo Story

Emeritus Professors - 1985
Liepmann, Leighton, Mikiowitz, Ryser, Tschoegl

Ned Munger

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