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Science  09 Oct 1998:
Vol. 282, Issue 5387, pp. 195
DOI: 10.1126/science.282.5387.195c

One-stop crunching. Tired of hopping around the Internet to analyze your DNA or protein data? Try the Biology Workbench 3.0, a Web program that draws on a host of biology databases to let users compare genetic sequences, predict protein structures, and more.

By Jove.The Galileo spacecraft has churned out stacks of data on and gorgeous images of Jupiter and its moons Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, and Io since June 1996. Now NASA has put together a searchable compendium on Galileo's first nine orbits of the planet.

Creative process. You can leaf through the digitized lab notes, letters, manuscripts, and other papers of great 20th century biomedical scientists at a new Web archive called Profiles in Science. The collection debuts with Oswald T. Avery, who proved in 1944 that the genetic material in cells is not protein but DNA.

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