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SARS Targeted at Beijing Construction Sites
SARS Cases Decrease in Beijing
This week, a fake "dirty bomb" was detonated in Seattle and a mock biological attack was launched in Chicago, both part of a terrorism drill. Join guest host David Kestenbaum and guests for a discussion about the simulated terrorism attacks. Plus, a discussion about a plan to send a probe on a journey to the center of the earth, and the latest on SARS from China.
*Science Correspondent, National Public Radio, Washington, D.C.
*General Assignment Reporter, Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Ill.
Dr. Bernard Turnock
*Clinical Professor, School of Public Health, University of Illinois at Chicago
*Director, Illinois Public Health Preparedness Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago
*George Van Osdol Professor of Planetary Science, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.
SARS Update / Terrorism Drill / Earth Core Probe
Taiwan Struggles with New Surge of SARS Cases
SARS Still Spreading in Rural China
China Battles SARS in Rural Areas
Number of SARS Cases in Beijing Falling, Officials Say
Shuttle Investigators Eye NASA's Internal Culture
Russian Craft Set for Space Station Trip
Retired Space Officials: Shuttle's Wings Fragile
Shuttle Accident Panel Issues Recommendations
Genome Work May Reveal Environment-Disease Links
Columbia Investigation Focuses on 'Slit' on Shuttle Wing