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    Quantum quirks quicken thorny searches

    It's tough enough to find a specific entry in a crazy phone book in which names are listed randomly rather than alphabetically. It's even harder when you don't know the complete name and have only fragments of an address or a phone number.

    Researchers have shown theoretically that quantum physics offers powerful methods for speeding up database searches (SN: 8/31/96, p. 143: http://www....

    11/19/2002 - 18:08 Physics
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    Errant Texts

    First of a two-part series on middle-school science curricula. Part two, "Where's the Book?", is available at Where's the Book?.

    Last December, the National Center for Education Statistics unveiled a series of disquieting findings from an international study of students' math and science achievement. The data showed that among 38 surveyed nations, eighth graders in the United States...

    03/12/2001 - 15:32 Humans & Society
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    Veggie Wash

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    Front Matter

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    Volume Information

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    Volume Information

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    1965 Science Review

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    In Science Fields

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    Volume Information

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    1964 Science Review

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