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January-February 2008 (Volume 96, Number 1)

  • "The Phenotypic Plasticity of Death Valley's Pupfish," by Sean C. Lema
  • "Salivary Diagnostics," by David T. Wong
  • "A Stone-Age Meeting of Minds," by Thomas Wynn and Frederick L. Coolidge
  • "The Past and Future of the Periodic Table," by Eric R. Scerri



March-April 2008 (Volume 96, Number 2)

  • "Bird Song and the Problem of Honest Communication," by  William A. Searcy and Stephen Nowicki
  • "Safer Vehicles for People and the Planet," by Thomas P. Wenzel and Marc Ross
  • "Tectonic Plates Come Apart at the Seams," by J. Brendan Murphy, Gabriel Gutiérrez-Alonso, R. Damian Nance, Javier Fernández-Suárez, J. Duncan Keppie, Cecilio Quesada, Rob A. Strachan and Jaroslav Dostal
  • "The Rise of Coffee," by Fernando E. Vega
  • "Mesa Verde Migrations," by Timothy A. Kohler, Mark D. Varien, Aaron Wright, Kristin A. Kuckelman



May-June 2008 (Volume 96, Number 3)

  • "The Two-Faced Moon," by P. Surdas Mohit
  • "The Neglected Side of Parkinson's Disease," by Ted L. Rothstein and C. Warren Olanow
  • "Twisting Light to Trap Atoms," by Sonja Franke-Arnold and Aidan S. Arnold
  • "Tip-of-the-Tongue States Yield Language Insights," by Lise Abrams



July-August 2008 (Volume 96, Number 4)

  • "Binary Stars with Habitable Planets," by Nader Haghighipour
  • "Ecological Responses to Climate Change on the Antarctic Penninzula," by James McClintock, Hugh Ducklow and William Fraser
  • "The Psychoacoustics of Harmony Perception," by Norman D. Cook and Takefumi Hayashi
  • "The First Discovery of DNA," by Ralf Dahm



September-October 2008 (Volume 96, Number 5)

  • "Evolution 'for the Good of the Group'," by David Sloan Wilson and Edward O. Wilson
  • "Fifty Years of Earth-Observation Satellites," by Andrew J. Tatem, Scott J. Goetz and Simon I. Hay
  • "Water News: Bad, Good and Virtual," by Vaclav Smil
  • "Statins: From Fungus to Pharma," by Philip A. Rea



November-December 2008 (Volume 96, Number 6)

  • "Genomics Confounds Gene Classification," by Michael Seringhaus and Mark Gerstein
  • "Virtual Fossils from 425 Million-year-old Volcanic Ash," by Derek E. Briggs, Derek J. Siveter, David J. Siveter and Mark Sutton
  • "UV Lights Up Marine Fish," by Jill P. Zamzow, Peter A. Nelson and George S. Losey
  • "Rocket Science and Russian Spies," by Joseph A. Castellano


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