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Zoning In Overcoming Bigotry -- And Then Some Women In Math Award Oncology On The Internet Atlanta Team Captures Science Bowl Inventive Minds Forrest M. Mims III, a science writer who last year won a 50,000-Swiss-franc (about $32,500) Rolex Award for inventing a hand-held ozone-monitoring device called a total ozone portable spectroradiometer, or TOPS (Notebook, The Scientist, June 28, 1993, page 4), detected record-low ozone leve

The Scientist Staff
Jun 26, 1994

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