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01. Nanolamps Light the Way
Héctor Abruña, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, George G. Malliaras, Materials Science and Engineering, Harold G. Craighead, Applied and Engineering Physics
02. Mauve Majesty
Mark P. Bridgen, Horticulture
03. Our Cells’ Circadian Clocks
Brian R. Crane, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
04. A Superconductivity Jam-Up
James C. Séamus Davis, Physics
05. From the Womb to Later Life
Rodney R. Dietert, Microbiology and Immunology
06. A Green Lamp
Jack Elliott, Design and Environmental Analysis
07. Stressed-Out Teens
Gary W. Evans, Human Development
08. The Spinal Cord in Action
Joseph R. Fetcho, Neurobiology and Behavior
09. The Right Model for Growing Experimental Tumor Cells
Claudia Fischbach-Teschl, Biomedical Engineering
10. Immunotherapy against Alzheimer’s
Gunnar Gouras, Neurology and Neuroscience, Weill Cornell Medical College
11. Global Warming and Coral Reefs
C. Drew Harvell, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
12. Chocolate as Wine or Other Treat?
John S. Henderson, Anthropology
13. Li and Be
Roald Hoffmann, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Richard G. Hennig, Materials Science and Engineering, Neil W. Ashcroft, Physics
14. Resisting Cardiac Arrhythmia
Michael I. Kotlikoff, Biomedical Sciences
15. A Shift Overseas
Sarosh Kuruvilla, Industrial and Labor Relations
16. Seeing Behind the Gene Transcription Scene
John T. Lis, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Watt W. Webb, Applied and Engineering Physics
17. Pathogens versus Plant Defenses: An Evolutionary Battle
Gregory B. Martin, Plant Pathology
18. Smokers and Stop-Smoking Ads
Alan D. Mathios, Rosemary J. Avery, and Donald S. Kenkel, Policy Analysis and Management
19. Self-Pollination
June B. Nasrallah, Plant Biology
20. Born to Be Breastfed
Christine M. Olson, Nutritional Sciences, and Nancy M. Wells, Design and Environmental Analysis
21. Just One Amino Acid
Nikolaus Osterrieder, Microbiology and Immunology
22. Red Wine and Tooth Decay
Olga I. Padilla-Zakour, Food Science and Technology
23. Breaking Down Plant Materials for Energy
Jocelyn Rose, Plant Biology
24. Stem Cells
Shahin Rafii, Genetic Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
25. Silly Walks
Andy L. Ruina, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
26. Studying Tuberculosis
David G. Russell, Microbiology and Immunology
27. Deep Brain Stimulation
Nicholas D. Schiff, Neurology and Neuroscience, and Joseph J. Fins, Medicine/Public Health, Weill Cornell Medical College
28. From Gene Mutation to Infertility
John C. Schimenti, Biomedical Sciences
29. A Faster STM
Keith C. Schwab, Physics
30. New Human Genes
Adam C. Siepel, Biological Statistics and Computational Biology
31. E. Coli and Crohn’s Disease
Kenneth W. Simpson, Clinical Sciences, Ellen J. Scherl, Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
32. Violence and Small Business in Colombia
Wesley D. Sine, Johnson Graduate School of Management
33. Radical Light!
Steven E. Stucky, Music
34. Engineering Tissue for Transplants
Abraham D. Stroock, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Lawrence J. Bonassar, Biomedical Engineering
35. Communication Networks after Downsizing
Alex M. Susskind, Hotel Administration
36. Preventing Bone Loss
Marjolein C. H. van der Meulen, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Mathias P. G. Bostrom, Orthopaedic Surgery, WCMC
37. A Question about Replication Answered
Michelle D. Wang, Physics
38. Healthy Food, Unhealthy Choices
Brian C. Wansink, Applied Economics and Management
39. Efficient Fuel and Solar Cells
Ulrich B. Wiesner, Materials Science and Engineering, Francis J. DiSalvo, Chemistry and Chemical Biology
40. Lessons from the Fruit Fly
Mariana F. Wolfner, Molecular Biology and Genetics

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