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Winter 2005


Volume 20, Issue 3

FEATURES

A few decades ago, parents never knew if their child was healthy until after it was born. Now they can know before pregnancy starts—raising all sorts of possibilities and concerns.

THE WORLD’S PREMIER AIR MEET BRINGS TOGETHER PLANES FROM THE WHOLE HISTORY OF POWERED FLIGHT

ELI WHITNEY’S COTTON GIN TRANSFORMED THE SOUTH-BUT IT COULDN’T IMPROVE LIFE FOR ITS INVENTOR

EUGENE HOUDRY NEVER TRAINED AS A CHEMIST BUT HE MADE THE GREATEST ADVANCE IN THE HISTORY OF PETROLEUM CHEMISTRY

ROBERT GALLO AND LUC MONTAGNIER DISCUSS LEADING THE BATTLE AGAINST THE GREATEST EPIDEMIC OF OUR TIME

A Legendary Journalist and Historian Discusses his Remarkable New Book About the Nation's Great Innovators

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