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01. It Takes a Pair
Selina Chen-Kiang, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
02. The Work of Scribes
John L. Cisne, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
03. Plastic from Oranges
Geoffrey Coates, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
04. Cell Polarity
Ruth N. Collins, Molecular Medicine
05. How Flames Burn
Terrill A. Cool, Applied and Engineering Physics
06. Eight Rules
John B. Corgel, Hotel Administration
07. Extracting Patterns
Shimon J. Edelman, Psychology
08. The Economic Scene
Robert H. Frank, Johnson Graduate School of Management
09. Searching for the Cause Of Spreading
Jun-Lin Guan, Molecular Medicine
10. Wild Salmon vs. Farmed Salmon
Barbara A. Knuth, Natural Resources, Steven J. Schwager, Biological Statistics and Computational Biology
11. News on PARP-1, Something More to Study
W. Lee Kraus, Pharmacology, Weill Cornell Medical College, and Molecular Biology and Genetics
12. Comfort Food
Jordan L. LeBel, Hotel Administration
13. Renin from Mast Cells: Something Unique
Roberto Levi, Pharmacology, and Randi Silver, Physiology and Biophysics, Weill Cornell Medical College
14. Self-Replicating Robots
Hod Lipson, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
15. Fluorescing DNA Nanobarcodes
Dan Luo, Biological and Environmental Engineering
16. Star Watching and Saturn
Philip D. Nicholson, Astronomy
17. Where Is the Missing C02?
Karl J. Niklas, Plant Biology
18. The Jantars Mantars
Barry A. Perlus, Art
19. Away with Resilient Pests!
Wendell L. Roelofs, Entomology, Cornell Geneva Campus
20. All Hail a Premiere
Roberto Sierra, Music
21. Not Like a Computer
Michael J. Spivey, Psychology
22. A Beetle-Inspired Switch
Paul H. Steen, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
23. All Aboard And Synchronized
Steven H. Strogatz, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
24. X-raying Antiquity
Robert Thorne, Physics, and Kevin Clinton, Classics
25. Curing Crown Gall
Stephen C. Winans, Microbiology

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