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Science  28 May 1999:
Vol. 284, Issue 5419, pp. 1427
DOI: 10.1126/science.284.5419.1427b

Keeping abreast. Looking for background on apoptosis in breast tissue, or need to know how to milk a mouse? Try Biology of the Mammary Gland, a Web site brimming with information on breast development and cancer. It includes reviews; a histology atlas; techniques; transgenic mouse models; and info on the Mammary Genome Anatomy Project, which is studying the genes involved in breast cancer. mammary.nih.gov

Evolving science. The National Academy of Sciences, which recently updated its statement on science and creationism, offers this Web page of links and resources on the topic—from books to court cases to sites on human fossils and evolution. www4.nas.edu/opus/evolve.nsf

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