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The Science Year-in-Review

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The Science Year-in-Review

The Science Year-in-Review

The Science Year-in-Review

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From mad cow, SARS and the flu, to dark energy and the Columbia shuttle disaster — what were the big science stories of 2003? We'll look back at the science stories that made headlines.

Guests:

K.C. Cole
*Author, Mind Over Matter: Conversations with the Cosmos (2003, Harcourt)
*Science Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

John Rennie
*Editor-in-Chief, Scientific American