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Science  30 Oct 1998:
Vol. 282, Issue 5390, pp. 839
DOI: 10.1126/science.282.5390.839c

Budding filmmakers. It must feel a bit like Hollywood these days at the online Molecular Biology of the Cell, which has been flooded with submissions since the journal started posting peer-reviewed videos this summer. Check out Golgi membranes moving along microtubules this month, or go back to July's issue for video essays on mitosis and other topics. http://www.molbiolcell.org/

Stringing them along. Don't know your shoestring from a heterotic one? This zany Caltech site tries to unknot string theory for the layperson. Listen to audio of gurus explaining this mother of all physics theories, or page through a humorous tutorial. quark.caltech.edu/stringtheory

Reef madness. Take a cruise into the past at Jurassic Reef Park, an image-packed site offering an overview of ancient and modern reefs—how they're created and what they indicate about global climate change. www.uni-stuttgart.de/UNIuser/igps/edu/JRP

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