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volume three, issue nine

November, 1997

Open your door and step out into your "city." The ecosystem that is your neighborhood awaits. You can be a scientist in your city using the "Spotlight" feature on "Scientists in The City." Investigate the city, from a scientist's perspective. Cities are fascinating laboratories for science.

Do you smell something? Of course you do. Your sense of smell is always at work. ME offers some ideas for exercising your nasal membranes. If you're exploring the city, you just might find some new odors to enjoy.

Meanwhile, the "BioPoint" students are presenting their research about the cell. Follow along as they learn more about the biochemistry of living things.

Try unscrambling the hidden message of the "Puzzler" and keep track of the celebrations "Thisday" and every day in November.


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