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March 21, 1994

Harassment Hotline ACS Trains Chemistry Teachers Healthy Communication Webs of Desire Pediatric AIDS Internships Hard Cash For Software Viral-Resistant Vintage The widely publicized sex-discrimination case of Margaret Jensvold v. Donna Shalala--in which Jensvold, a former National Institutes of Health investigator, alleges discrimination, harassment, and retaliation against her by various officials of NIH and the Department of Heal

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March 21, 1994

Harassment Hotline ACS Trains Chemistry Teachers Healthy Communication Webs of Desire Pediatric AIDS Internships Hard Cash For Software Viral-Resistant Vintage The widely publicized sex-discrimination case of Margaret Jensvold v. Donna Shalala--in which Jensvold, a former National Institutes of Health investigator, alleges discrimination, harassment, and retaliation against her by various officials of NIH and the Department of Heal

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March 7, 1994

Probe Of Stewart And Feder Transfer Going to the Source NIH AIDS Office Head Named Does It Pay To Advertise? Scents And Sensibility Information Freebie Law Enforcement's Other 'Bug' Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) announced February 14 that the General Accounting Office had agreed to undertake an investigation of the April 1993 forced reassignments of Walter Stewart and Ned Feder at the National Institutes of Health. The int

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March 7, 1994

Probe Of Stewart And Feder Transfer Going to the Source NIH AIDS Office Head Named Does It Pay To Advertise? Scents And Sensibility Information Freebie Law Enforcement's Other 'Bug' Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) announced February 14 that the General Accounting Office had agreed to undertake an investigation of the April 1993 forced reassignments of Walter Stewart and Ned Feder at the National Institutes of Health. The int

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February 7, 1994

Bound For Glory Scientific Responsibility Bully For Herman Expanded Wellcome Funding "You Are Getting Healthy..." When More Is Less Following Women's Footsteps Date: February 7, 1994, pp.4 Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen, New York State Department of Health researchers who collaborated in the 1940s and 1950s on the world's first antibiotic against fungal infection--nystatin, named after the department--were

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January 24, 1994

Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On Bioscience Hotspots Chaos In The Works A Closer Look At Inner Space Funding For Minority Doctors Networking for Human Rights Brainstorm Awards Seismologists for the New York State Geological Survey, a research arm of the State Museum in Albany, are searching for personal accounts, photos of damage, and other information related to four earthquakes that struck the state earlier in this century

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January 10, 1994

Date:January 10, 1994, pp.4 March 16, 1998 Contents The Big Apple Recognizes Science Postdocs In Government Labs Energetic Endeavor Teaching Teachers About The Sea New NAS Publishing Outlet Scientists In Congress The Big Apple Recognizes Science The Mayor's Awards for Excellence in Science and Technology, organized and administered by the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS), were presented last month by New York Mayor Da

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December 13, 1993

A `Best-Kept' Secret Broadening Experience Women's Work Robotiquette What's In A Name?l For Returning Scholars Bigger, Better Shrimp Several attendees at--and one recipient of--the 1993 John Scott Awards, presented annually by the Board of City Trusts of the city of Philadelphia (see People, page 22), voiced concern over the lack of publicity for the award. At one point during his acceptance speech, honoree Richard E. Smalley, Gene and Norman Hackerman Professor of Chemistry at Rice Univers

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November 15, 1993

An `Orderly' End For The SSC If You Can't Bomb 'Em, Join 'Em New Digs Sex Education I: Affairs Of The Hart Sex Education II: Where The Buoys Are Spreading The Word Now that the superconducting supercollider has bitten the dust in Texas, United States high-energy physicists, unsure as to how to pursue their ambitious experimental goals at home, are looking to CERN's Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland as the most likely place to successfully undertake the work. Supporters of the SS

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October 18, 1993

Bakelite In The Limelight Teaching Technology Space University High-Tech Farming Recognizing Cognitive Neuroscience The Wonders of Glycerine Though possibly an event of dubious distinction to environmentalists and others, the American Chemical Society will commemorate the invention of "bakelite," the world's first plastic, with ACS's first National Historic Chemical Landmark designation on November 9. Bakelite was the invention of Leo H. Baekeland, a Belgian-born chemist who

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