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As the bombardment of Baghdad escalates, MIT professor and security expert Owen Cote discusses these “smart” munitions and other tools in the high-tech U.S. arsenal.
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Paula Olsiewski, PhD class of 1979, supports research on biological agents.
A Nobel Prize-winning discovery may redefine the way we treat diseases.