Science News Wrap-Up

Guests: Laura Garwin North American Editor Nature, Washington, DC Paul Raeburn Senior Editor, Science and Technology Business Week, New York, New York John Rennie Editor Scientific American, New York, New York In 1997, Hong Kong returned to Chinese rule, golfer Tiger Woods won the Masters, and millions tuned into Diana''s funeral. In the world of science, the Pathfinder landed on Mars, and the world''s first cloned mammal was born. In this hour, we''ll take a look back at the biggest science stories of 1997, and ahead to science in 1998.

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