Contents

02 August 1996
Vol 273, Issue 5275

About The Cover

Some of the many uses of computers in science today include archival display of rare folios, animation of cellular processes, on-line tutorials, and simulation of macromolecular matings. Anticlockwise from the bottom left, these sites may be reached at www.mbl.edu, vogel.nichd.nih.gov, www.comet.chv.va.us/quill, visembryo.ucsf.edu, and bioweb.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/SC95 (see image map). Our special section begins on page 585a. [Illustration: T. K. Drew]