Engineering and Science, Volume 60:2, 1997

Engineering and Science, Volume 60:2, 1997. [Journal Issue]

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Table of Contents

Random Walk
Gamma-Ray Bursts Demystified; Fly By; Sonoluminescence, Camera, Action; DNA Repair Kit; Waiting to Exhale; Snowball Earth; Women at Caltech: Not 25 Years, but 53 or 42 or ...; Hope and Glory; Melting the Mantle

The 10-Foot Wind Tunnel: Over and Out
by Jane Dietrich
A piece of aviation history flies off into tbe sunset, or, rather, heads east by truck.

Radar Observations of Earth-Approaching Asteroids
by Steven J. Ostro
Long the province of supermarket tabloids, killer asteroids are actually worthy of serious study. A group at JPl finds them to be quite a remarkable rock collection.

How We See
by Richard A. Andersen
Caltech biologists are beginning to find out what goes on in our brains when we see somerhing move.

David Baltimore: A Short Portrait of a Long Career
by Douglas L. Smith
Caltech's incoming president won the Nobel Prize back in 1975, and be hasn't exactly rested on his laurels since then.


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