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CAUMACenter for Analytical Ultracentrifugation of Macromolecular Assemblies (University of Texas; Austin, TX)
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SUMMER PARADISE: Enjoy cycling and hiking in the mountains around Flims in Switzerland, and (above right) the crystal-clear waters of Lake Cauma. The fun doesn't stop at the Swiss village of Flims when the snow melts, as JON PERKS discovers
Silver willows line Lake Cauma where the water has an agreeable temperature because the lake has an underground tributary
Apparently the discoverer took considerable liberties with the Greek language; besides twice changing a W to a U (since W does not appear in Greek), he synthesized the word out of smaller elements--SUGKAIO is "to catch fire" and CAUMA is "burning heat".
A subsequent visit to the region in August revealed the luxuriant pleasures of al-fresco swimming in cobalt blue water at Lake Cauma.