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Wonder on the Web Issue 31: Links to amazing stuff. /

‘Wasp Venom Selectively Assassinates Cancer Cells’

That headline really speaks for itself, but read Discover’s article for the science behind this phenomenon, as well as how doctors may harness the active molecule, MP1, for future treatments. While you’re at it, listen to (or read, if you must) one woman’s story of the unexpected healing she found in bee venom.

Art for the Bible’s Sake

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Also in this Issue

Issue 31 / September 17, 2015
  1. Editor's Note from September 16, 2015

    Issue 31: Yellowstone’s wolves, the strangest plant, and an even more beautiful creation. /

  2. Yes, Wolves Change Rivers. And So Much More.

    The changes at Yellowstone aren’t just an elegant recipe for ecological balance. /

  3. The Strangest Plant in the World

    I’m one of the few botanists studying Hydnora triceps. Here’s why I dig it. /

  4. An Earth More Beautiful than Beautiful

    What will this stuff look like, I wonder, when God restores it? /

  5. The Thread of Life

    ‘Aloof, aloof, we stand aloof’ /

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