Listings of Interesting Journals
- visit site The journal: American Scientist magazine. I only chose that
one because I had not read it before. It is eclectic, like
the Smithsonian, but much more technical; it is clearly not written for a general audience. One article even addressed arguments for creationism! - godzila2
- visit site Discover Magazine.- LJ
- visit site Popular Science May 1997
A lighthearted article explaining how Ian Wilmut cloned a sheep.
It tries to be funny, yet it comes across as being scary. The
cloning of the sheep (with all the moral and ethical concerns),
is not a subject to joke around with it like it's something
- visit site Scientific American
An article revealing that African Americans are not genetically
determined to have hypertension or heart disease. "Genes are
often invoked to account for why high blood pressure is so common
among African-Americans. Yet the reates are low in Africans.
This discrepancy demonstrates how genes and the environment
interact." The article explains that for years the "gene"
assumption was taken for granted without challenge. The effects
of racism complicate any study of how a disease such as
hypertension affects minority groups...SN
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- visit site check link for article description...NDD
- visit site AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY
a trade journal for medical examiners: technical secrets and
interesting case studies. Pictures too. ugh but fascinating
- visit site Science and Technology Review magazine. Research Highlights on SIMS emission microscope that is extremely sensitive to surface analysis. Shows high-resolution imaging and chemical determination of surface constituents. May be used in molecular biology as well as forensics.
- visit site Science and Technology Review magazine. Research Highlights on SIMS emission microscope that is extremely sensitive to surface analysis. Shows high-resolution imaging and chemical determination of surface constituents. May be used in molecular biology as well as forensics.-LJ
- visit site I reviewed the effects of baceria and viruses on phytoplankton in the civilized regions of the world
Science magazine 1998 MC
- visit site Two different articles, the first relating to space capsules and how they can help us to figure out the future, as well as the present.
The second dealing with the use of theoretical matematics and how they can be pratically used to prevent holiday traffic.
By Mike Hiskey
- visit site Gives a short description about the ideas of going to mars and how it just might be possible. If this is true we need to put more time in developing this project.This is not an idea to just be looked at in a think tank.
- visit site This is the holographic haptics lab at MIT. The are interested in the relation of human interface to holographic space. One project described was a holographic lathe whereby a user could "carve out" a design into a rotating holographic cylinder using force feedback. The design could then be physically rendered via rapid prototyping. -djd
- visit site I found an article in the journal of the American Acoustics Association relating to spacial placement of sound using stereo. The article revealed that there is actually a slight perception of volume increase in the left ear. I found this interesting to my work in sound art. -djd
- visit site Risk Management- This is a magazine that helps
insurance companies deal with risks such as natural and
socio / political disasters that threaten corprate profits.
It was interesting in the way that it portrayed environmental
protection and political uprisings. - J.C.
- visit site Talks about the artist role in biological research and how, artist should be at the front of this research. In particular it talks about the area of genetics and how artist should pay close attention to the up and coming advancements in genetics. (JEFF PIZZO)
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