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Volume 90 | Number 3 | May-June 2002


"We Murder to Dissect"

Robert L. Dorit

A review of Lessons from the Living Cell: The Limits of Reductionism, by Stephen Rothman

Controlling Hazards

Trevor Kletz

A review of Inviting Disaster: Lessons from the Edge of Technology. An Inside Look at Catastrophes and Why They Happen, by James R. Chiles

The Imperfect Science: An Excerpt from Complications: A SurgeonÆs Notes on an Imperfect Science

In Search of Solutions

John McLeary

A review of The Honors Class: Hilbert's Problems and Their Solvers, by Benjamin H. Yandell

Space Station Tensions

Keith Cowing

A review of Star-Crossed Orbits: Inside the U.S.– Russian Space Alliance, by James Oberg

What Did Katy Do?

Robert Smith

A review of Katydids and Bush-Crickets: Reproductive Behavior and Evolution of the Tettigoniidae, by Darryl T. Gwynne

Statistical Phynance

Jean-Philippe Bouchaud

A review of The Statistical Mechanics of Financial Markets, by Johannes Voit

Matter in Motion

Brian Hayes

A review of Structure and Interpretation of Classical Mechanics, by Gerald Jay Sussman and Jack Wisdom with Meinhard E. Mayer


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