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Engineering and Science, Volume 61:3, 1998

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Table of Contents

Random Walk
Broad Building Announced; Surveying Mars; What Next—Techno-Trousers From NASA?; Double Manhattan; Good-bye, Cruel World; Beam Me Up, Scotty; Methuselah Revisited; We're Number One! And Number Two, And Number Three...

Scientific Fraud and Misconduct in American Political Culture: Reflections on the Baltimore Case
by Daniel J. Kevles
Excessive zeal on the part of legislators and the media hyped public suspicion of scientists' behavior.

Have Method, Will Travel
by Douglas L. Smith
Computational chemistry ventures into the Real World as Caltech theorists tackle industrial problems.

Two Astronomical Anniversaries: Palomar at 50
Still going strong, the hale and hearty Hale Telescope hits the half century mark.

...and OVRO at 40
Radio astronomers party, too.

Books — The Earth in Turmoil by Kerry Sieh and Simon LeVay
by Ryan Poquette

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