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May 1996 Frontiers cover

Recreating the Early Universe
May 1996

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Recreating the Early Universe
Supercomputers assist physicists as they search the stars for clues of what happened in the very beginning.

Science and the American Dream: Healthy or History
Neal Lane, Director of the National Science Foundation, urges the science community to speak out and tell the public what they are doing.

Cave Dwellers' Survival Skills Are Finally Brought To Light
After five and a half million years of solitary confinement, occupants of a cave in Romania are doing just fine.

Second-Generation Americans Less Driven Than New Arrivals
Time spent on school work is lower among second-generation Americans than recent immigrants.

 


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