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The Why Files celebrates decade of science exploration

MADISON - In 1996, the World Wide Web was a desert.

In a world awash in Web sites, it might be hard to remember that there was once a time when the Web was new and the number of sites was orders of magnitude smaller than it is today.

But it was, and the realm of popular science on the Internet was no different. But that year, as part of a nascent, National Science Foundation-supp......

Full article >>> f science. During 10 years, it has covered just about everything under the sun and beyond using events in the news as a basis for peeling back the veneer of data, statistics and jargon that tends to exclude most people from the scientific enterprise.

From the evolution wars and global warming to DNA fingerprinting and cloning, The Why Files, Dunwoody notes, details the science that underp......

Full article >>> rage of science on the Web by the National Association of Science Writers and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. It has also garnered broad critical acclaim and is used extensively in educational settings worldwide.

"We're looking forward to doing this for 10 more years," Devitt says. "The need becomes greater every day. Many of the biggest issues confronting society......

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'"/> By Terry Devitt 06/07/06

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