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Table of Contents
Cover Story
Earth Sciences
Education
Environment
Innovators
Life Sciences
Northwest Explorer
Soundings
Technology
 
Soundings

Breaking Barriers
by Cassandra Kamischke

Oceanography Lab Unveils Data Visualization System
by Emily Marshall

Tumor Painting
by Chris Hubert

Deciphering Ripples in the Fabric of Space-Time
by David Giraud

Gimme Shelter
by Sabrina Richards

Famous Fossil Comes to the Pacific Science Center
by Sara Selgrade

Cover Story

Center for Microbial Oceanography Research and Education Highlighted in Profiles in Team Science
by Jen Schripsema

Environment

Small Rabbit, Big Picture
by Yasmeen Sands

Streams Clean Up Our Act
by Deirdre Lockwood

Time to Start Believing the Weathermen
by Rok Roškar

Technology

Tiny Bit of Caution
by Chris Hubert

Time, Place, and Identity
by Joe Baio

Innovators

OHSU Spins Off Biotech Startups at Rapid Pace
by Sara Selgrade

Sifting through Garbage
by Rok Roškar

Sensing the Unseen
by Sara Selgrade

Books

Keeping It Clean

New Resource for Gardeners

Authors Examine the "Green” Life

Stories Make History Memorable

Education

Debunking the MCAT's Drill and Kill Reputation
by Joe Baio

Northwest Explorer

To the Limit
by Emily Marshall

Strange Matter
by Sarah Benton

Restoring the Parthenon, One Puzzle at a Time
by Charla Lambert

Earth Sciences

Scientists Propose New Model for Growth of Hawaiian Volcanoes
by Cat Adams

Predicting Earthquakes
by Elaina M. Jorgensen

Life Sciences

Live Wires
by Jake Ashcraft

Small Molecule Makes a Big Difference
by Erin E. Mulkearns

Naturopathic Medicine, Agricultural Engineering, and Biofuels
by Charla Lambert

Contributors

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