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Citation: A Christmas cracker, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 3-3

Citation: Space odyssey - He may have got the details wrong but Arthur C. Clarke hadthe right idea, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 3-3

Authors: Watzman, H
Citation: H. Watzman, Hard hitting - The red pigment in tomatoes may clobber mouth cancer cells, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 4-4

Authors: Mullins, J
Citation: J. Mullins, Reinventing the eel - A thrashing tail could collect energy from the sea, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 5-5

Authors: Hecht, J
Citation: J. Hecht, Shuttle fleet plagued by wear and tear, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 6-6

Authors: Coghlan, A
Citation: A. Coghlan, O Tannenbaum - The race is on to stop the fungus that wants to steal Christmas, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 6-6

Authors: Hamer, M
Citation: M. Hamer, Foundry fathers - Dark Age blacksmiths forged their own industrial revolution, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 7-7

Authors: Ainsworth, C
Citation: C. Ainsworth, Toxic duvet, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 8-8

Authors: Kleiner, K
Citation: K. Kleiner, Bigfoot's buttocks - Huge apelike creature makes a big impression in Washington state, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 8-8

Authors: Knight, J
Citation: J. Knight, Born into danger - Babies worldwide are falling prey to superbugs, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 9-9

Authors: Ainsworth, C
Citation: C. Ainsworth, Healing dose, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 9-9

Authors: Kleiner, K
Citation: K. Kleiner, Beef a la dynamite - Even if the meat is tough, you can still make your dinner party go with a bang, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 10-10

Authors: Ainsworth, C
Citation: C. Ainsworth, We're not dead yet, say mutant flies, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 11-11

Authors: Motluk, A
Citation: A. Motluk, Yes, I remember it well - Playing background musics helps old people recall their magic moments, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 11-11

Authors: Knight, J
Citation: J. Knight, Slap on the bugs - Adding bacteria to wounds could ward off dangerous infections, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 12-12

Authors: Knight, J
Citation: J. Knight, Shot in the heart, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 12-12

Authors: Knight, J
Citation: J. Knight, Biting back at cancer, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 12-12

Authors: Ananathaswamy, A
Citation: A. Ananathaswamy, In a paddy - Why blue-green algae is good for rice and bad for mosquitoes, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 14-14

Authors: Watzman, H
Citation: H. Watzman, The big crunch, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 14-14

Authors: Motluk, A
Citation: A. Motluk, Nose everything - Listen hard and listen good if you want to name that smell, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 15-15

Authors: Marks, P
Citation: P. Marks, Winners and losers, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 18-23

Authors: Battersby, S
Citation: S. Battersby, Designer snowflakes - If you want to see how they grow, make it snow, makeit snow, make it snow, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 26

Authors: Lawton, G
Citation: G. Lawton, Which kind of snow?, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 29-29

Authors: Ainsworth, C
Citation: C. Ainsworth, From a simple peck to a full-blown snog, who invented this bizarre habit of ours?, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 32-34

Authors: Vines, G
Citation: G. Vines, The joy of socks - Ancient Egyptians wore them. So does your Dad. Just don't buy any for Einstein, NEW SCI, 168(2270), 2000, pp. 36-37
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