SCIENCE REPORTER

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SCIENCE REPORTER
ISSN: 0036-8512
VOLUME 44
NUMBER 6
JUNE 2007
CONTENTS
COVER STORY
THE CHALLENGE OF GREEN POWER
RATHINDRA NATH BISWAS
9
FEATURE ARTICLES
HIMALAYAN GLACIERS…GOING…!
SYED IQBAL HASNAIN
20
TROPOSPHERIC OZONE—IMPACTING
AGRICULTURE
G. BAJAJ et al
27
GREEN ALGAE: FUTURE POWER PLANTS
NAVEEN KUMAR et al
33
FICTION
BRAIN TRANSPLANT WORKS BOTH WAYS
R. K. MURTHI
44
DEPARTMENTS
READERS WRITE
4
IN FOCUS
5
SPECTRUM
16
HEALTH: Exercise to Keep Away Osteoporosis
23
SHORT FEATURE: Green Labels
33
TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE
36
BIOPROFILE:
39
Climbing Canes
JUNIOR SCIENTIST
EXTINCT ANIMALS: Tarpan Tragedy
43
POINT-COUNTERPOINT: Should Animal Dissection Be
Necessary In Classroom Practical?
47
FUN QUIZ
CROSSWORD
50
52
MEDICAL INNOVATIONS: Dialysis
53
DID YOU KNOW: C for Carbon
54
PUZZLE CORNER
60
HUMOUR
62
Science Reporter
Vol. 44 May 2007, pp 9-15
THE CHALLENGE OF GREEN POWER
RATHINDRA NATH BISWAS
The challenge before mankind is finding abundant energy
and reducing the degree of pollution
Science Reporter
Vol. 44 May2007, pp 20-22
HIMALAYAN GLACIERS…GOING…!
SYED IQBAL HASNAIN
A major casualty of global warming could be the Himalayan glaciers
Science Reporter
Vol. 44 May 2007, pp 27-30
TROPOSPHERIC OZONE—IMPACTING AGRICULTURE
G. BAJAJ et al
Tropospheric ozone could have a debilitating effect on agriculture
needs to be studied in totality
Science Reporter
Vol. 44 May2007, pp 33-34
GREEN ALGAE: FUTURE POWER PLANTS
NAVEEN KUMAR et al
Genetically altered algae could be a source of environment-friendly
supply of energy