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Celebrating 25 Years of The Scientist

Our silver anniversary issue celebrates a quarter century of covering major advances in the life sciences—some in fields that didn’t even exist when we first went to press—and looks ahead to future research milestones.

October 1, 2011

Celebrating 25 Years of The Scientist Image Gallery

In this anniversary issue:An editorial by The Scientist founder Eugene Garfield

Features on neuroscience, omics, nanomedicine, synthetic biology, biodiversity, and science funding

Essays from Walter Bodmer, George Church, Stephen Friend, Eric Kandel, Thomas Lovejoy, Chad Mirkin, J. Craig Venter, Edward O. Wilson, Mary Woolley

A look back at our inaugural issue

Lab Tools on three game-changing genetic technologies

Bio Business on adapting new tech apps to research

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October 2, 2011

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October 6, 2011

Addiction:
There have been 100's of therapies and other treatment plans offered over the years, but none seem to work as efficaciously as the A.A. program and the 12 steps as re-written by Bill WIlson, co-founder of AA.

Now 1500 years since the first draft of the first version of the 12 steps (Benedict, re Humility in 520 AD) the 12 steps have soared to 1000 other 12 step based special interest groups often used as an augmentation to a clinical regimen.

To date there has been available the 12 step fellowship literature but little in regard to having a fun time learning the principles of the 12 steps. Now a new website and the quotes book on same, hold step-work as being fun, via fine art, music, poetry, et cetera. If in a clinical setting take a look at this new Quote book and the website and possibly try using The Twelve Steps Quotes as a tool for quickly indoctrinating novices to the program principles in a fun, guided, (steps 1 -12) way!
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October 6, 2011

Addiction:
There have been 100's of therapies and other treatment plans offered over the years, but none seem to work as efficaciously as the A.A. program and the 12 steps as re-written by Bill WIlson, co-founder of AA.

Now 1500 years since the first draft of the first version of the 12 steps (Benedict, re Humility in 520 AD) the 12 steps have soared to 1000 other 12 step based special interest groups often used as an augmentation to a clinical regimen.

To date there has been available the 12 step fellowship literature but little in regard to having a fun time learning the principles of the 12 steps. Now a new website and the quotes book on same, hold step-work as being fun, via fine art, music, poetry, et cetera. If in a clinical setting take a look at this new Quote book and the website and possibly try using The Twelve Steps Quotes as a tool for quickly indoctrinating novices to the program principles in a fun, guided, (steps 1 -12) way!
re www.the-twelve-steps.com

the 12 twelve steps, art, music, quotes, virtual tour

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October 6, 2011

Addiction:
There have been 100's of therapies and other treatment plans offered over the years, but none seem to work as efficaciously as the A.A. program and the 12 steps as re-written by Bill WIlson, co-founder of AA.

Now 1500 years since the first draft of the first version of the 12 steps (Benedict, re Humility in 520 AD) the 12 steps have soared to 1000 other 12 step based special interest groups often used as an augmentation to a clinical regimen.

To date there has been available the 12 step fellowship literature but little in regard to having a fun time learning the principles of the 12 steps. Now a new website and the quotes book on same, hold step-work as being fun, via fine art, music, poetry, et cetera. If in a clinical setting take a look at this new Quote book and the website and possibly try using The Twelve Steps Quotes as a tool for quickly indoctrinating novices to the program principles in a fun, guided, (steps 1 -12) way!
re www.the-twelve-steps.com

the 12 twelve steps, art, music, quotes, virtual tour

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