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  1. Brave new medicine Creating human clones for no good reason is wrong NS 1 dec 2001
  2. A QuestIon of trust NS US and the bio warfare treaty NS 1 dec 2001
  3. Bioweapons treaty withers THE future of biological weapons control hangs in the balance
  4. Don't expect any miracles Far from heralding an age of wonder cures, cloned human embryos may be a dead end NS 1 dec 2001
  5. One cell to heal them all No matter who you are, your body won't reject this univemal healer NS 15 dec 2001\
  6. Death knell sounds for nuclear energy Leaked British government report sets out a nuclear-free future
  7. Squeaky clean Nuclear power just doesn't make the grade NS 15 dec 2001
  8. Huge chunk of our genome is set to be privatised NS 15 dec 2001
  9. Genetic roulette A small problem for a man can become a disaster for his children NS 15 dec 2001
  10. intracytoplasmic sperm injection Good for parents, bad for baby NS 15 dec 2001
  11. Can't Ape Cloning NS 15 dec 2001
  12. Melting away The "Snowball Earth" idea is starling to feel the heat NS 15 dec 2001
  13. Go-faster Universe may just be a trick of the light NS 15 dec 2001
  14. Talking to the "human bombs." BY NASRA HASSAN NY 19 nov 2001
  15. Rumours of War NZ Listener 15 Dec 2001 Beyond the headline coverage of the 'war against terror' lies a parallel universe of alternative media and analysis.
  16. Hubris A Lesson from Ancient Greeks Gwynne Dyer London Stratford Press Dec 15 2001
  17. THE REVOLT OF ISLAM When did the conflict with the West begin, and how could it end? BY BERNARD LEWIS - NY 19 nov 2001
  18. THE IRAN GAME How,will Tehran's nuclear ambitions affect our budding partnership? BY SEYMOUK M. HERSH NY 3 Dec 2001
  19. KING'S RANSOM How vulnerable are the Saudi royals? BY SEYMOUR M. HERSH New Yorker Oct 22 2001
  20. Nukes in the basement How would you like to live over a nuclear power plant? NS 25 aug 2001
  21. Chaos rules In fact it's the secret to your brain's success NS 25 aug 2001
  22. Birth of a miracle Soon you may not need eggs or sperm to have children of your own NS 7 Jul 2001
  23. Utterly repulsive You've heard of fearsome black holes, but nothing as repellent as this NS 7 Jul 2001
  24. Liquid genius How superchilled helium can tell us that the Earth's still tuming NS 7 Jul 2001
  25. Unleash the aliens We'll know when it's safe NS 7 Jul 2001
  26. Abstracts from Science issue on dreaming 2001
  27. Little white lies At the heart of all long-term relationships lies a fundamental deception NS 28 apr 2001
  28. Matchmakers All you need to find a photon's distant twin is the right mirror NS 28 apr 2001
  29. WARP faster-than light NS 28 apr 2001
  30. Takling the [pulsar's] pulse NS 28 apr 2001
  31. Made to measure Is ours the perfect universe, or could there be another just as good? NS 30 Jun 2001
  32. Stop the Clock the death of the human ovum and its cure? NS 30 Jun 2001
  33. US puts its foot down on tinkering wfth IVF babies NS 21 Jul 2001
  34. Asteroid misses Earth by 4 hours by Cahal Milmo NZ Herald Independent 9 Jan 2002
  35. Indonesian National Park Devastated NZ Herald 10 Jan 2002
  36. WHAT TERRORISTS WANT Is there a better way to defeat a1 Qaeda? BY NICHOLAS LEMANN LETTER FROM WASHINGTON NY 29 Oct 2001
  37. Waiting for rain Fundamentalists have hijacked Islamic science. Can it ever be liberated, asks Ziauddin Sardar NS Dec 2001
  38. ISLAM AGONISTES THE ARRIVAL OF THE WEST From Islam A Short History Karen Armstrong ISBN 1-84212-462-5 2001
  39. Movers and shakers
    Brain cells with a bit of get-up-and-go are what make us so smart NS sep 2001
  40. Desperate measure The illicit use of an ulcer drug for abortions is leaving a terrible legacy NS sep 2001
  41. We're under attack!
    A tiny artificial muscle could detect lethal biowarfare agents NS sep 2001
  42. Empty gestures
    Let's not throw away our freedoms for no good reason NS sep 2001
  43. Spot the stargate
    Wormholes may be lurking at the end of a very special rainbow NS sep 2001
  44. Beam me up
    Spooky quantum link brings teleporting a step closer NS sep 2001
  45. Monsters on the move
    Herds of wind turbines will soon be crawling out to sea NS sep 2001
  46. The unseen dimension Step out into the fifth dimension NS sep 2001
  47. Hyperboost Gravity is too feeble to build giant planets unless it's getting a boost from hyperspace NS sep 2001
  48. Earth granted reprieve 9 January, 2002, BBC
    Theory predicts that the Sun will expand By BBC News Online's Helen Briggs
  49. Planet found circling dying star 10 January, 2002, BBC
  50. Planet circling another star probed Tuesday, 27 November, 2001, BBC
  51. Fundamental theory under question Neutrinos 1% off Friday, 16 November, 2001
  52. Ghostly particle mystery 'solved' Neutrino resonances Monday, 18 June, 2001,
  53. Thursday, 17 January, 2002, 23:16 GMT World inequality rises
  54. Bio-weapons talks suspended Friday, 7 December, 2001, 19:45 GMT
  55. Bush pushes bio-weapons controls Thursday, 1 November, 2001, 16:51 GMT
  56. US withdraws from ABM treaty Thursday, 13 December, 2001, 18:17 GMT
  57. US ABM decision 'Russia's failure' Saturday, 15 December, 2001, 21:54 GMT
  58. Uranium theft raises nuclear fears Friday, 7 December, 2001, 17:50 GMT
  59. Turkish police seize enriched uranium Wednesday, 7 November, 2001, 14:03 GMT
  60. Thursday, 20 December, 2001, 18:31 GMT Anthrax probe into US project
  61. Analysis: Threat from weapon stockpiles Tuesday, 30 October, 2001, 17:13 GMT
  62. Tuesday, 13 November, 2001, 08:27 GMT US to trim nuclear arsenal
  63. Thursday, 15 November, 2001, 18:38 GMT No Bush-Putin missile agreement
  64. Chernobyl's cancer world record Tuesday, 23 October, 2001,
  65. Wednesday, 16 January, 2002 Chernobyl trauma lives on
  66. Sunday, 30 December, 2001 Agent Orange hotspots located
  67. NZ Serviceman claims agant orange damage
  68. GM Mosquito attacks its own problem , 25 July, 2000
  69. New [stem-cell] pig clones born , 2 January, 2002
  70. Dolly's arthritis sparks cloning row Friday, 4 January, 2002
  71. GM 'solution' to over-fishing 29 September, 2000
  72. Cows make cloning seem easy , 22 November, 2001
  73. Embryo cloning breakthrough , 25 November, 2001
  74. 26 November, 2001, Bush calls for cloning ban
  75. Scientists create embryo without sperm 4-12-01 NZ Herald
  76. 16 January, 2002 Cloning paper prompts more resignations
  77. Move to block human cloning in UK , 17 November, 2001
  78. Test tube holds a trillion computers , 21 November, 2001,
  79. Traces of GM Crop found in Wild Maize NZ Herald 30 Nov 2001
  80. Huge rise in Caesarean births Friday, 26 October, 2001
  81. Monsanto antibiotic resistance marker patent Nov 2001
  82. Greenpeace attacks Monsanto's Biopiracy Plans natural soya now under threat 2001
  83. Bio-pirates stalk Borneo tribes' treasure trove By Patrick Chalmers
  84. Medicinal plant 'fights' Aids , 30 November, 2001
  85. South Africa's floral riches at risk , 18 October, 2001
  86. 17 January, 2002 Ethiopia's forests face extinction
  87. 16 January, 2002, Political threat to Madagascar biodiversity
  88. Asia's vultures face growing threat , 30 November, 2001,
  89. Europe: Fishermen face new quota cuts , 4 December, 2001
  90. Race to airlift dying turtles Saturday, 29 December, 2001
  91. Wildlife smuggling rises in Brazil Tuesday, 13 November, 2001
  92. Antarctic penguins in peril , 12 January, 2002
  93. 15 January, 2002, Caspian sturgeon stocks plummet
  94. 14 January, 2002, Whale farm plan lambasted
  95. 29 October, 2001, Climate roadshow rumbles on
  96. 8 September, 2000, Alternatives to oil
  97. 7 November, 2001, Forests 'only temporary carbon absorbers'
  98. 8 November, 2001, Ministers clear Kyoto hurdle
  99. 9 November, 2001, Russia puts heat on climate treaty
  100. 16 January, 2002, Germany boosts wind power
  101. Out of the blue Another attack could come at any time, anywhere. Is there a way to protect ourselves? NS 27 oct 2001
  102. Critical Moments An antidote to anthrax's killer toxin could buy time and save lives NS 27 oct 2001
  103. Red hot legacy Leaks from a Soviet plutonium factory may still be causing cancer NS 27 oct 2001
  104. Other Earths NS 27 oct 2001
  105. Head in the Clouds Costa Rica's Cloud forest under threat NS 27 oct 2001
  106. Reclaiming the Desert NS 27 oct 2001
  107. GE or not to be What the government must decide and the future for New Zealand's clean/green image. NZ Listener Oct 27 2001
  108. Try again, Mr President Bush's ill-conceived bioweapons proposals won't win any friends NS 10 NOV 2001
  109. Ready for anything Warn the immune system an attack is coming and it can protect us from bioweapons NS 10 NOV 2001
  110. Dirty dealing Careless emissions trading may make pollution worse NS 10 NOV 2001
  111. Family brains like it or not, you've inherited your parents' intelligence NS 10 NOV 2001
  112. Cotton-pickin' farce Confusion threatens to send part of the Indian cotton crop up in smoke NS 10 NOV 2001
  113. India allows sale of GM cotton , 6 December, 2001
  114. Knots of Quantum Dilemma NS 10 NOV 2001
  115. Global warning Is the UN wrong about climate change leaving billions to starve? NS 17 nov 2001
  116. Should we worry? Report into birth defects near nuclear plant falls short of an all-clear NS 17 nov 2001
  117. Fixing the script Why replace genes when editing their messages works better? NS 17 nov 2001
  118. Seized by God Prophecy and brain disorder NS 17 nov 2001
  119. The Song of Catastrophe NS 17 nov 2001
  120. Forget the pharmacy Ordinary foods are packed with substances that keep disease at bay, says Colin Tudge NS 17 nov 2001
  121. Glacier meltdown a shock for scientists NZ Herald Dec 2001
  122. Cloning battle may be history NZ Herald 26 Jan 2002 New Sci.
  123. Mexican standoff over GM NZ Herald 26 Jan 2002
  124. Will GM vaccine foods prove viable? NZ Herald 26 Jan 2002