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    How can you protect yourself from biological and chemical weapons? Forget duct tape. The answer is blowing in the wind.

  • Untapped Networks

    What do Microsoft, Kevin Bacon, and cell-signaling pathways have in common? According to sociologist Duncan Watts, all three are part of the new science of networks.

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  • I See You

    Want to protect your home? Or just be Big Brother? Low-cost surveillance cameras and easy-to-use webcams make it possible.

  • Funding the Fight

    Paula Olsiewski, PhD class of 1979, supports research on biological agents.

  • Can Sensemaking Keep Us Safe?

    New intelligence software finds meaning in the chaos of clues scattered throughout data-saturated networks. The challenge: to unravel terrorist plots before they happen.

  • Iris Identification

    How the technology behind biometric security works.

  • Good Vibrations

    Electronic music’s Soviet roots.

  • Why Cells Die

    A Nobel Prize-winning discovery may redefine the way we treat diseases.

  • Flaming Ideas

    Online forums should offer much more than idle chatter.


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