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Science  18 Jun 1999:
Vol. 284, Issue 5422, pp. 1887
DOI: 10.1126/science.284.5422.1887b

Lighting up. Plucked from a glowing jellyfish, the gene for green fluorescent protein (GFP) has become a key tool in cell biology labs for watching everything from the protein actin moving along a muscle fiber to nerves growing. This page links to GFP laboratories, a newsgroup, lab suppliers, and more. pantheon.cis.yale.edu/∼wfm5/gfp_gateway.html

Cultural exchange. From guides on Native American artifacts to software for teaching ancient architecture, you can get the skinny on nearly 200 books, films, CDs, and more at the Anthropology Review Database. Some reviews are external links, for example in online journals; others are written for the database. wings.buffalo.edu/anthropology/ARD

Space Odysseys. Want to skim the surface of Venus, or relive the Ariane 5 rocket explosion? The Space Movie Archive offers 2600 movies and animations, including solar eclipses, Hale-Bopp scenes, planet flyovers, and clips from shuttle missions—not to mention trailers from Star Trek movies. graffiti.u-bordeaux.fr/MAPBX/roussel/anim-e.html

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