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2002 Nature  
He played an active part in the sometimes heated debates during the difficult 'adolescent' years, when the field was trying to define itself -exemplified by New Directions in Ecological Physiology  ...  Brian McNab published his first paper in this area in 1963, and so has been on the scene since the field was in its infancy.  ... 
doi:10.1038/418726a fatcat:rkvvumulcbhgfjotqfrucwwibi

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1997 Nature  
Their main idea is that scientific reasoning is the cause, not the product, of chil- New in paperback Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goleman Bantam, $13.95 "Goleman  ...  The process of testing and forming new hypotheses is the same in adolescence as in the first few days of life.  ... 
doi:10.1038/41261 fatcat:vhnfvyhyhfd4ligdi45mqpha54

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2000 Nature  
Roy Porter, Nature 393, 323 (1998) New in paperback field of bioenergetics and is well served by his broad knowledge and historical perspective.  ...  An inspired new technique is needed to advance our knowledge, but 'work loop' experiments have made important steps in the right direction.  ...  Such a definition allows the author to explore the basis of many aspects of human behaviour in this unusual and readable book. Brown is a respected researcher in the  ... 
doi:10.1038/35011124 fatcat:ueslivm2zfc7bbz5n7o7oegraq

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1997 Nature  
New in paperback The Same and Not the Same by Roald Hoffmann Columbia University Press, $22,50 A guide for the general reader to the art and science of chemistry.  ...  New journals This year, Nature's annual new journals review supplement w ill appear in the issue of 11 September.  ... 
doi:10.1038/387036b0 fatcat:pnub7dbfcrf2raijx4b4uznmki

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2017 Nature  
Although it is too early to say, we could be witnessing a dramatic new chapter in energy history.  ...  For instance, he touches on the importance of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and the oilprice shocks of the 1970s in ushering in a new energy era.  ... 
doi:10.1038/544028b fatcat:warnkdb3mjfybg2eaaajfnc5fa

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1997 Nature  
Few readers will be fascinated by the news that he had to break off an interview to visit the lavatory.  ...  After all, Freud, relying on case histories, produced the most spectacularly wrong theory of the century; but then, although dealing with emotion, he never looked a patient in the face.  ...  In this sense she has been, perhaps, less than fair to university administrations who have a duty to encourage and open up new directions in scholarship.  ... 
doi:10.1038/37275 fatcat:odu4blz45fd4zpt6ec3jqbhkfq

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2000 Nature  
Fortunately, he was sufficiently satisfied with his conclusions to publish them and they were instrumental in prompting Antoine Lavoisier to develop a totally new understanding of the concept of an element  ...  This new edition also publishes Cavendish's surviving scientific correspondence. After such Herculean labours, it is natural enough for the authors to place their subject on a very high pedestal.  ... 
doi:10.1038/35015631 fatcat:iwo5xhx43bgqdez2n2rv75ghhi

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2005 Nature  
NEW IN PAPERBACK Linnaeus' Philosphia Botanica translated by Stephen Freer (Oxford University Press £35, $89.50) The first full English translation since 1775 of this classic book summarizing Linnaeus'  ...  Golgi made important observations with his new technique, including that single axons give rise to numerous branches (collaterals).  ... 
doi:10.1038/437480b fatcat:enw3ghvkyfhrphc4rhhcxb35ty

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1999 Nature  
Matters of Life and New in paperback Too far from home: the cures in this Italian pharmacy may well have been unknown in England.  ...  Faye Getz takes a more optimistic line in this clearly written and well-organized new survey.  ... 
doi:10.1038/16391 fatcat:z26bon5arrfj7dumeyp6dk7u54

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1996 Nature  
in paperback The Origin of the Species by Charles Darwin (2nd edn).  ...  D IN recent years, both teaching and research in natural history have declined in popularity, and greater attention is now being accorded to cellular and molecular studies.  ...  Physiology of Amphibians (University of Chicago Press, 1992), the new synthesis has the advantage of being more compact and up to date -knowledge of amphibian biology is today advancing rapidly.  ... 
doi:10.1038/379504c0 fatcat:d6hc77asizbcfca6uai6kzh5vm

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1997 Nature  
But there are also examples of unresolved priority battles, years in the cold room with no results, and instances where new (and correct) ideas were ignored by more established senior figures.  ...  Superb visual material is provided however in a collection of photographs of some of the principals in the story (including the famous one of Luria without his shirt on).  ... 
doi:10.1038/37537 fatcat:mkop7lfrv5hjxli7s4xjbtoblu

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1998 Nature  
Inevitably, some of the topics are familiar in the genre, while others are new, but even the old ones are deservedly popular. Even mathematics has only so many greatest hits.  ...  Devlin has taken the opportunity to add two new chapters, one on chance and one on space-time, but has had to manage without the profusion of artwork and colour photographs that adorned the earlier book  ... 
doi:10.1038/24781 fatcat:rwctd7j2lngenouoapnbtz4gi4

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2001 Nature  
Such new particles should not be too far away from the fundamental scale M weak ≈ 300 GeV, and could in principle be detected by highenergy experiments in operation or planned around the world.  ...  The lightest of these new hypothetical particles is expected to be stable and could be one of the particles that make up the dark matter in the Universe.  ...  The Genetic Gods: Evolution and Belief in Human Affairs by John C.  ... 
doi:10.1038/35087647 fatcat:c3gs2c7jhras5cily3ss2byf5e

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1997 Nature  
Although much of the book is devoted to the sheer joy of life in the bush (and its per- New in paperback The lens serves to introduce what must be the most amazing animal in the book.  ...  By proving a special case of the Taniyama-Shimura conjecture, Wiles not only proved Fermat's last theorem, he opened the doors wide to an entirely new era in number theory.  ... 
doi:10.1038/43110 fatcat:jqcxxs6i5ndjhnnjng77orj46i

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1999 Nature  
However, in presenting the total renewable freshwater supply for each country, the data are seriously flawed in failing to subtract the volume of flow discharged to downstream countries.  ...  The science of sound and vibration has come down in the world during the twentieth century.  ... 
doi:10.1038/18367 fatcat:oxhr2rcmafgvderf3fldgutd74
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