In brief

December 2002
New Scientist;12/7/2002, Vol. 176 Issue 2372, p27
Presents news briefs related to science and technology as of December 7, 2002. Discovery of a knot in a protein made by a primitive bug; Influence of bird genes on their temperament; Use of less water and electricity during washing of dishes in a dishwasher as opposed to washing dishes by hand.


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