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VOLUME 24 (2014)

In Volume 29,4 (Winter 2014)

  • Defining Coastal Resilience and Its Ability to Define Connecticut
  • Imagine Nation: A Museum Early Learning Center Ignites Children's Imaginations
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Ebola: Research Priorities to Guide Public Health Practices
    • Engineering Education Still Key to US Innovation
    • Report Urges Greater Focus on Young Adults
  • Newly Elected Members of the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 29,3 (Fall 2014)

  • Connecticut's Electric Grid: Keeping the Lights on Three Years Later
  • Award-Winning "Science on Saturdays" at Yale
  • News from the National Academies:
    • 'National Vision' Urged for Coastal Risk Management
    • Preparing the Planet for 10 Billion People
    • NRC Workshop Examines Impact of Big Data on Materials Science Community, Manufacturing
    • IOM Report Urges Overhaul of Nation's $15 Billion Public Financing Program for Physician Training
    • New Report Confirms Classification of Styrene as 'Reasonably Anticipated' to be Human Carcinogen
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 29,2 (Summer 2014)

  • New Strategies for Data Management in CT
  • Frederick Leonberger Honored with 2014 CT Medal of Technology
  • News from the National Academies:
    • 'Convergent Research' Key to Innovation Says New Report
    • Third National Climate Assessment Released
    • Assuring Quality of Stem Cell Therapies
    • New Studies Warn Changes to Arctic Require Improved Research Resources, Collaborations
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 29,1 (Spring 2014)

  • Yale's Robert Shiller Awarded Nobel Prize for Research in Asset Price Analysis
  • In Memoriam: David M. Wetstone, 1926-2014
  • West Hartford's New Children's Museum Offers Host of Programs
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Integrating STEM in K-12
    • Two New IOM Reports Examine Psychological Disorders, Physical Effects of Blast in US Military
    • New York's Nanotechnology Model
    • Investing in Transportation in Economic Downturns
  • Connecticut Scientists elected to the National Academies in 2013
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 28 (2013)

In Volume 28,4 (Winter 2013)

  • STEM Programs in K-12: Measuring Success
  • Look, Touch, Learn, Save at SmartLiving Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Study Urges Early Warning System for 'Abrupt Impacts' from Climate Change
    • Massive Data Analysis Is New Frontier for Science
    • A Call for Action on Antimicrobial Resistance
    • Science and Engineering Ethics Education
  • Yale's Rothman and Shiller Honored with Nobel Prizes
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 28,3 (Fall 2013)

  • Cogeneration: Combined Heat and Power - A Powerful Solution to Address the Vagaries of Nature
  • Project Oceanology Turns 40!
  • News from the National Academies:
    • US Gun Violence Topic of New Report from IOM, NRC
    • Bringing a Systems Engineering Approach to Health
    • A Plan for Evaluating Obesity Prevention Efforts
    • Aligning Engineering Education and Experience to Meet the Needs of Industry and Society
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 28,2 (Summer 2013)

  • Additive Manufacturing: Revolutionizing Connecticut Industry
  • Steitz Honored with Connecticut Medal of Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Promoting Diversity in STEM Good for Science, Workforce
    • Managing Flood Risk: FEMA Needs New Approach
    • Evaluating Risks to Endangered, Threatened Species Posed by Pesticide Use
    • Nanotechnology Initiative: Triennial Review
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 28,1 (Spring 2013)

  • The Connecticut Stem Cell Research Program: Taking a Measure of the Progress After the First Six Years
  • The Main Features Are Creatures at Eleanor Buck Wolf Nature Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • For Americans: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health
    • US Needs Dedicated Geoengineering Research
    • Aging Population Has Long-Term Economic Impact
    • Fake Medications and Substandard Drugs
    • Ocean Acidification Research and Monitoring
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 27 (2012)

In Volume 27,4 (Winter 2012)

  • Making the Case for Space (click here for an expanded version of this article)
  • Lutz Children’s Museum in Manchester, CT, Introduces Kids to Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Making Value: Manufacturing Transformation Should Favor US
    • Organizational Failures: Lessons from Fukushima  
    • US Electric Power Grid ‘Inherently Vulnerable’
    • Aging US Population Will Require Policy Changes
    • Engineering Education: Real World Experiences
    • Newly Elected Members of the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 27,3 - Fall 2012

  • High-Tech Imaging Tools Let CT Scientists Unlock Secrets of Biological Molecules
  • At the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, the Focus is on Long Island Sound
  • News from the National Academies:
    • US Should Strengthen its World-Class Research Universities
    • Report Calls for ‘National Photonics Initiative’
    • Managing Radioactive Waste: Blue Ribbon Report
    • National Weather Service Must Continue to Evolve
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 27,2 - Summer 2012

  • Nanomanufacturing: Next 'Big' Thing for CT May be the Smallest Things Ever Made
  • 2012 Connecticut Medal of Technology Awarded to UConn’s Yaakov Bar-Shalom
  • Step Into the Early Jurassic Age at Dinosaur State Park
  • News from the National Academies:
    • National Research Council Calls for Coordinated Plan to Manage Potential Risks of Nanomaterials
    • Discipline-Based Education Research Could Improve Undergraduate Science and Engineering Teaching
    • Challenges in Characterizing Small Particles: Exploring Particles from the Nano- to Microscales
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 27,1 - Spring 2012

  • P&W’s New Engine Technology a Game Changer for Airline Industry
  • Pratt & Whitney’s Paul Adams to Present Keynote Address at CASE Annual Dinner
  • Mystic Aquarium Offers Hands-On Learning Opportunities for All Ages
  • News from the National Academies:
    • National Research Council Calls for Coordinated Plan to Manage Potential Risks of Nanomaterials
    • Framework For the Future of K-12 Science Education
    • New Study Calls for Change in Attitudes Toward Pain
    • Reuse of Municipal Wastewater Could Augment Future US Drinking Water Supplies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 26 (2011)

In Volume 26,4 - Winter 2011

  • The State of Innovation in Connecticut
  • Yale's Peabody Museum Offers World-Renowned Collections and Interactive Exhibitions
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Health Information Technology Needs Better Oversight, Accountability
    • Effects of Vaccines: Evidence, Causality
    • ‘Front of Package’ Nutrition Rating Systems Studied
    • GameDesk Awarded $225,000 Grant To Develop Science-Based Interactive Game For Classrooms
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 26,3 - Fall 2011

  • Growing ‘Green Chemistry’ Movement Has Deep Roots in Connecticut Labs
  • UConn’s Steven Suib Awarded 2011 Connecticut Medal of Science
  • Beardsley Zoo in the Forefront of Conservation Education
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Roadmap for Earthquake Resilience
    • Changing the Conversation in Engineering
    • Leveraging Food Technology for Obesity Prevention
    • Global Change and Extreme Hydrology
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 26,2 - Summer 2011

  • Connecticut Researchers, Companies Key Players in Assessing, Managing Gulf Spill
  • Experiment Station Tapped to Assist in Gulf Seafood Testing
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Report Calls for ‘Substantial’ Action on Climate Change
    • Understanding Prevention, Amelioration, and Resolution of Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases
    • Digital Health Infrastructure Subject of Workshops in IOM’s Learning Health System Series
    • Sustainable Urban Water and Resource Management
    • Promising Practices in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • The Future of Nuclear Power in Connecticut
  • Nuclear Power Expert Matzie to Address CASE Meeting
  • Bridgeport’s Discovery Museum Seeks to “Engage, Excite, Educate”
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans Released
    • USDA Proposes Changes to Foods in School Meals Program
    • Lower Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water Proposed
    • Computer Games and Simulations Offer New Potential for Science Education
    • Shorter US Lifespans Tied to Past Smoking, Obesity
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 25 (2010)

In Volume 25,4 - Winter 2010

  • A Delicate Balance: How to Capitalize on Data Storage Capacity While Maximizing Effectiveness & Ease of Use
  • Greenwich's Bruce Museum Engages Teens
  • News from the National Academies:
    • US Competitive Edge in Science, Engineering Depends on Minority Participation
    • Sustained Involvement in Education, Research Urged
    • Long-Term Effect of Ocean Acidification Unknown
    • Engineering a Quieter America
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • Connecticut Scientists Elected to the National Academies in 2010

In Volume 25,3 - Fall 2010

  • Connecticut's Laser Industry: A Proud Past, A Brilliant Future
  • The Eli Whitney Museum: A Learning Experience
  • News from the National Academies:
    • New Reports Contain Calls to Action on Climate Change
      • NRC Report Urges National Response "Informed by Reliable Data"
      • Today's CO2 Choices Will Impact Climate for Centuries to Come
    • New Rule Simplifies PTSD Disability Claims
    • New Book Examines Language Diversity, School Learning, and Closing the Achievement Gap
    • Continued Focus on Hydrogen Technologies Urged
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 25,2 - Summer 2010

  • MacArthur Fellow Mary Tinetti's Research Challenges Assumptions About Elderly Falls
  • CT Medal of Technology Awarded to Rothberg
  • The New England Air Museum: 50 Years of History and Education
  • In Memorium: Joseph M. King
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Strong Evidence on Climate Change Underscores Need for National Strategy, Action Now
    • Same Scrutiny Urged for Science Behind Food Supplement Health Claims, Drug Approvals
    • Study Calls for New Standards for Salt Content
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 25,1 - Spring 2010

  • Yale's Thomas Steitz Awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  • Stepping Stones Museum for Children Celebrates Ten Years, Upcoming Expansion
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Protecting a Critical Resource
    • Actions Needed to Reduce Threats from Hepatitus B and C
    • "America's Energy Future" Issues Final Report
    • Air Pollutants Know No Borders
    • Reassessing Sale of Nation's Helium Reserve
    • Mapped Genome Show's Corn's Adapatability
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 24 (2009)

In Volume (24,4 - Winter 2009)

  • New Research Suggests Poor Dental Health Linked to More Serious Health Issues
  • Science Education is 'Hands-On' at Talcott Mountain Science Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • ”Hidden” Costs of Energy in US Subject of New NRC Report
    • Smoking Bans Reduce Secondhand Smoke Risks
    • Improved Voter Database Interoperability Urged
    • New School Meal Nutrition Guidelines Advised
    • White House Announces ‘Educate to Innovate’
    • New Radio Spectrum Management Policies Needed
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 24,3 - Fall 2009

  • Silicon Nanowires Key to Revolutionary New Hand-Held Diagnostic Biosensors: Yale Lab Develops "Deceptively Simple" Device
  • In Memoriam: Edward A. Adelberg, PhD
  • News from the National Academies:
    • America’s Energy Future: Technology and Transformation
    • Creative Young Engineers Chosen for NAE Symposium
    • Report Faults US Plan for Research on Potential Health, Environmental Risks from Nanomaterials
    • FreedomCAR, Fuel Partnership Strategy Assessed
  • News from the Science Center
  • A Case for Capturing CT's Waste Heat
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • Experiment Station in Forefront of Efforts to Monitor, Test for Mosquito-Borne Viruses
  • UConn's Birge Awarded CT Medal of Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • More Transparency Urged for US Cyberattack Policy
    • ‘New Paradigm’ Needed for Renewal of US Sustainable Critical Infrastructure Systems
    • Federal Government Should Give Greater Support to Decision Makers Coping With Climate Chang
    • IOM Releases Guide on Pandemic Flu
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

  • Science is for Everyone at the New Connecticut Science Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • A Key to Treating Lyme Disease
    • Report Urges Major Overhaul of US Forensic Science System
    • Prevention of Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Problems in Young People Should be US Priority
    • Role of Hydrogen Research for US Energy Future
    • HIPAA Privacy Rule Fails to Adequately Protect Patient Privacy and Hampers Health Research
    • Views of "Dual-Use" Research, Bioterrorism Studied
    • Informal Settings Can Boost Science Learning, Report Says
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 23 (2008)

  • Personalized Medicine: The 'Medical GPS' of the Future?
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Forest Management Important for Fresh Water Supplies
    • Increasing the Nation's Fresh Water Supplies through Desalination
    • Are Board-Certified Teachers More Effective?
    • Booklet Explores National Plant Genome Initiative
    • EPA Stormwater Program Needs Major Overhaul
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

  • Climate Change and Connecticut: New Legislation Mandates Action on Global Warming
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Local Emergency Plans Need to Address Role of Transit System
    • Study Urges Continued Government Support for Hydrogen Vehicle Research and Develoment
    • Restoration of Climate Sensors Urged
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 23,2 - Summer 2008

  • Connecticut's Engineers Without Borders: "Building a Better World, One Community at a Time"
  • Two Yale Scientists Awarded Prestigious CT Science Medals
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Climate Change and the US Transportation Infrastructure
    • New Approach to Effective Health Care Urged
    • Water Implications of Increased Biofuel Production
    • Wake Turbulence A Challenge in Crowded Skies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 23,1 - Spring 2008

  • Rudd Center's Brownell is on a Mission: Improve World's Diet, Prevent Obesity, Fight Weight Gain Stigma
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Low-Level Nitrogen Pollution More Harmful Than Thought
    • US Climate Change Research Program Making Progress in Documenting Changes, Lagging in Study of Impact on Humans
    • New Study Examines Benefits of the Satellite Age
    • Report Cites Success of US Plant Genome Sequencing Initiative, Urges Broader Mission
    • NASA's K-12 Education Program Falling Short
    • New Web Resource for Drinking Water
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 22 (2007)

In Volume 22,4 - Winter 2007

  • Hopes, Promises and Expectations for Connecticut's Stem Cell Research Program
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Open Exchange of Research Critical to National Security
    • Sleep Deprivation and Emotion
    • MRSA More Common Than Thought
    • Competition from Abroad Threatens US Lead in Mechanical Engineering Basic Research
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 22,3 - Fall 2007

  • NASA Space Grant Consortium Supports Research at State’s Colleges, Universities
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Report Recommends Nutrition Standards For ‘Competitive’ Foods and Drinks Sold in Nation’s Schools
    • Foreign Languages & International Education Need More Support from Nation’s Education System
    • Scientific Advances Offer New Directions and Approaches for Testing Chemicals for Toxicity
    • Millions of Americans Take Medications Incorrectly
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

  • Biodiesel Holds Promise as New Energy Source, Economic Boon for Connecticut
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • National Academies Join International Call for World Leaders to Address Global Climate Change and Energy Access Issues
    • New Report Examines Environmental Impacts of Wind Energy Projects
    • New Science of Metagenomics May Revolutionize Understanding of Microbial World
    • VA Urged to Revise Its Methods for Evaluating and Compensating Vets for PTSD
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • Using Animals and Deep Sea Exploration to 'Capture the Imagination' of Future Scientists at Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Study Urges Laser Technology for New Floodplain Maps
    • NAE Announces Grainger Challenge Prize Winners
    • More Small-Scale, Low-Cost Space Missions Urged
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 21 (2006)

Volume 21,4 (Winter 2006):

  • UConn Scientist Plays Key Role in International Marine Census
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • Banucci Awarded CT Medal of Technology
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

Volume 21,3 (Fall 2006):

  • Distributed Generation: One Solution to CT's Burgeoning Energy Needs
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration Releases Educational Videos and Classroom Activities
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

Volume 21,2 (Summer 2006):

    • Who's Keeping Track of Long Island Sound? The Long Island Sound Resource Center (Expanded online version of this article)
    • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
    • News from the National Academies
    • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 20 (2005)

Volume 20,4 (Winter 2005):

  • Connecticut's Challenge: Protecting the State's Diverse Habitats for Future Generations
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

Volume 20,3 (Fall 2005):

  • Connecticut's Business Incubators Are Critical Links to Innovation [Expanded online version of this article]
  • Connecticut Medal of Science: UConn Physicist is 2005 Recipient of State's Highest Science Honor
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 20,2 (Summer 2005):

Volume 20,1 (Spring 2005):

  • Biomedical Engineering in Connecticut: ". . . the potential to make man bionic." [Expanded online version of this article]
  • In Memoriam: D. Allan Bromley (1927-2005)
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

VOLUME 19 (2004)

Volume 19,4 (Winter 2004) (PDF)

  • Photonics Pioneer DeMaria Awarded State's Highest Technology Honor
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 19,3 (Fall 2004) (PDF)

  • A New Initiative to Promote Interest in Science and Math
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 19,2 (Summer 2004) (PDF)

  • Advances in Forensics Provide Creative Tools for Solving Crimes
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 19,1 (Spring 2004) (PDF)

  • West Nile Project Wins Connecticut Brothers Top National Honors
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • New AAAS Center Hopes to Foster Better Understanding Between Scientists, Public
  • In Briefs

VOLUME 18 (2003)

Volume 18,4 (Winter 2003) (PDF)

  • Nanotechnology: The Huge Impact of a "Lilliputian" Science
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 18,3 (Fall 2003) (PDF)

  • The AIDS Pandemic: How Did It Happen, and Is SARS Next?
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 18,2 (Summer 2003) (PDF)

Volume 18,1 (Spring 2003) (PDF)


VOLUME 17 (2002)

Volume 17,3 (Fall 2002) (PDF)

  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 17,2 (Summer 2002) (PDF)

Volume 17,1 (Spring 2002) (PDF)


VOLUME 16 (2001)

Volume 16,4 (Fall 2001) (PDF)

  • "Moletronics" May Hold Key to Faster, Cheaper Computer Power (click here for expanded article)
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 16,3 (Summer/Fall 2001) (PDF)

  • Industry Clusters and Economic Development in Connecticut
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
  • Meet the Executive Editors

Volume 16,2 (Spring, 2001) (PDF)

  • A New Name -- A New Look!
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs

Volume 16,1 (PDF)

  • A Commitment to Excellence: State's Science and Engineering Sector Invests $2 Billion in Facilities Construction
  • UConn's Environmental Research Institute: From LIDAR to NEMO, Unique Storrs Facility Nurtures Critical Pollution Research
  • From the Academy: Above and Beyond the Call: A Fond Farewell with Gratitude for a Job Well Done
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 15 (2000)

Volume 15,4 (PDF)

  • Clear Sailing Ahead for UConn's Avery Point Campus
  • The Science of Environmental Pollution: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach (First of a two-part series)
  • From the Academy: Connecticut's High-Tech Workforce Pipeline
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

Volume 15,3 (PDF)

  • West Nile Virus: How Connecticut Scientists Helped Crack the Case of an Exotic Arbovirus
  • Laboratory Safety Offices Help Universities Toe the Line
  • From the Academy: Indoor Air Quality in Connecticut Schools
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

Volume 15,2 (PDF)

  • The Science of Combustion in Connecticut
  • Industry A Key Player in Future of Agricultural Biotechnology in CT
  • From the Academy: “The Impact of Computers and Technology on Learning” The past, present and possibilities
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • And the winners are… Talented Young Scientists Receive CASE Awards at CT State Science Fair

Volume 15,1 (PDF)

  • Fuel Cells: Clean, Relibale Energy for the Future from CT Companies
  • Agricultural Biotechnology: At State's Universities, Not Even the Sky's the Limit
  • New Members Elected to the Academy in 1999
  • From the Academy: Automobile Emission Testing Revisited
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

VOLUME 14 (1999)

Volume 14,4 (html)

Volume 14,3 (html)

Volume 14,2 (html)

Volume 14,1 (html)


VOLUME 13 (1998)

Volume 13,3 (html)

Volume 13,2 (html)

Volume 13,1 (html)

  • Advances in Science & Technology Highlight 1997
  • In Search of "Critical Mass": Software Industry Outpaces Other Economic Sectors As Experts Seek Ways to Nurture Future Growth
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology Notes from Around the State
  • New Members Elected in 1997

  • VOLUME 12 (1997)

     

    Volume 12,4 (html)

  • Connecticut Scientists Seek Better Understanding of Diabetes Through Interdisciplinary Research Initiatives
  • Do You Believe in MAGIC? Digital Technologies Make Believers of Researchers at UConn Map Library
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology Notes from Around the State
  • From the Academy: Building Agricultural Biotechnology in Connecticut
  • Volume 12,3 (html)

    Volume 12,2 (html)

    Volume 12,1 (html)


    VOLUME 11 (1996)

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    Vol. 11,3 (html)

    Vol. 11,2 (html)

    Vol. 11,1 (html)


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