Nov. 12-18, 1999
IN THIS ISSUE
Health premiums to rise
Commission emphasizes primary role and breadth of public service in the University's mission
Mini-Med School

Computers marry maps, data and produce new insights

Rimel advocates renewed civic action -- nation is in need, she says
From the desk of ... Dolly Prenzel
Hot Links - Biological clocks
Biotech center launches careers, answers a need in the community
Illuminating reflections: Bibliographical devices reveal which is which
Research Computing Support Center opens
Scholarship created for E-school employees' children
Marriage benefits men by giving them positive identity, book asserts
Cavalier sports fans have many cheering options
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Hot Links
http://www.cbt.virginia.edu/Olh/

How is it that hamsters exercise at the same time every day, even when living in round-the-clock darkness? That's one of the questions the Center for Biological Timing helps budding young scientists answer with its online science experiment web site, which outlines a variety of science-related activities both for middle schoolers and the kindergarten-through-fourth-grade set. Researchers at the center, supported by the National Science Foundation and directed by Vice President for Research and Public Service Gene D. Block, investigate various "biological clocks" and their effects.


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