Winter 1992 Vol. 5, No. 4

Langley Research Center: 75 Years of Aerospace Innovation
Carl Osgood
NASA’s oldest research center celebrated 75 years of aerospace history in July 1992, but will its pioneering spirit be allowed to continue?

The War on Cancer: A 40-Year Veteran Surveys Progress
James W. Frazer, Ph.D.
Biophysics and modern technology developed and wielded by unsung heroes have advanced the battle against cancer, and their work holds promise for the future.

Beyond Cold Fusion: A New Window on the Laws of the Universe
Carol White
On the eve of the third annual cold fusion conference, electrochemist Martin Fleischmann and theoretical physicist Giuliano Preparata discussed a new approach to quantum phenomena.

Is Stratospheric Ozone Really under Chemical Attack?
Hugh W. Ellsaesser, Ph.D.

Viewpoint from New Delhi: Water Management Is Necessary for Survival
Ramtanu Maitra

From Como to Nagoya: A Solid Year of Cold Fusion Accomplishment
Carol White

Sandia’s Particle Beam Accelerator Accelerates Fusion Prospect

The CHARA Array: The Astonishing 400-meter Optical Telescope
David Cherry

Mt. Graham Telescope Succeeds Despite Environmentalist Absurdities
David Cherry

Potential in a Space of Negative Curvature
Laurence Hecht

Global Cooling, Scientific Honesty, and the National Science Foundation
Lee Anderson Smith, Ph.D. and Bertrand Schultz, Ph.D.

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