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SCIENCE PROGRESS has for over 100 years been a highly regarded review publication in science, technology and medicine. Its objective is to excite the readers' interest in areas with which they may not be fully familiar but which could facilitate their interest, or even activity, in a cognate field. Science Progress commissions world authorities to contribute articles on the most interesting, important and meaningful topics - ranging from cosmology to the environment - and ensures that they are presented for the most effective use of those in both academia and industry.

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Publisher: Science Reviews 2000 Ltd

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Volume 84, Number 3, August 2001

Free Content Fast trains, slow boats, and the ancestry of the Polynesian islanders
pp. 157-181(25)
Authors: Oppenheimer, Stephen; Richards, Martin

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Free Content Investigating urban geochemistry using Geographical Information Systems
pp. 183-204(22)
Authors: Thums, Catherine; Farago, Margaret

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Free Content Bacterial biofilms and human disease
pp. 235-254(20)
Author: Wilson, Michael

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