Julie Ann Miller

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    Gerald F. Tape (1915–2005)

    Gerald Tape, who served on the Science Service Board of Trustees for more than 30 years, died Nov. 20.

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    Willis Harlow Shapley (1917-2005)

    Willis Harlow Shapley, a longtime member of the Science Service Board of Trustees, died Oct. 24.

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    Former Science News Interns Garner Writing Awards

    The talents of one recent intern and one from many years ago have now been recognized by national awards.

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    Hurricane provisions

    We at Science News express our strong concern and extend our deepest sympathy to those who are suffering through the ongoing ordeal caused by Hurricane Katrina.

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    A New Publisher

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  6. Microbe exhibits out-of-body activity

    New evidence indicates that anthrax bacteria may sometimes live freely and reproduce in soil, perhaps exchanging genes with other bacteria, instead of staying dormant in spores.

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    Fellowships awarded to Science News writers

    Two Science News writers recently received prestigious fellowships.

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    Solar series wins award for Science News

    The Solar Physics Division of the American Astronomical Society has given its 2002 popular writing award to Ron Cowen and Sid Perkins for a two-part series on cyclic variations in the sun's activity.

  9. A New Look for Science News

    Starting next week, the print edition of Science News will have a new appearance.

  10. Health & Medicine

    Epilepsy article wins award

    The Epilepsy Foundation honored Science News writer Damaris Christensen with its magazine award for her article "Endgame for Epilepsy?"