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In the Current Issue (32,2 - Summer 2017)

  • Unlocking the Mysteries of Dyslexia; Finding the Keys to Successful Intervention
  • Yale’s Schoelkopf Honored with 2017 Connecticut Medal of Science
  • News from the National Academies
    • Strengthening America's Skilled Technical Workforce
    • Foundational Cybersecurity Research Strategies
    • Global Health and the Future Role of the US
    • Report Urges Protection of Research Integrity
    • Undergraduate Research Experiences in STEM

In Volume 32,1 - Spring 2017

  • Posing ‘Grand Challenges’: IBM Watson Health is transforming global healthcare
  • Meet IBM’s Kathleen McGroddy-Goetz
  • The Connecticut River Museum: Discover New England’s Great River
  • News from the National Academies
    • Human Gene Editing: Science, Ethics, & Governance
    • New Report Examines Role of Engineering Technology
    • Federal Statistics: Combining Data Sources While Protecting Privacy
    • Undergraduate Research Access for STEM Students
    • New Report Details Accomplishments of US Global Change Research Program
    • Calculating the Social Cost of Carbon Dioxide

In Volume 31,4 (Winter 2016)

  • Making the Pitch: The Program in Therapeutics for Connecticut's Health
  • DEEP’S Quinebaug Valley Trout Hatchery
  • News from the National Academies
    • Report Offers Lessons in Sustainability for US Cities
    • Vital Directions for Health and Health Care
    • Engineering the Science of Learning
    • Understanding the Cumulative Impacts of Human Activities on Marine Mammals
    • Grand Challenges in Health and Medicine
  • CT Scientists Elected to National Academies in 2016

In Volume 31,3 (Fall 2016)

  • Cybersecurity: Implications and Prevention: What Can We Learn from the NIST Framework?

  • News from the National Academies:
    • ‘Gene-Drive’ Organisms Not Ready for Release
    • Lessons from the Corrosion Crisis in Flint: A More Proactive Approach to Technology Stewardship
    • Report Urges Congress To Create Commission to Review Protection of Human Participants in Research
    • Support for Science May Not Always Translate into Support for Specific Issues
    • ‘Time has Come’ for Direct User Charging for Roads
  • SoundWaters’ Science Stars: All Girls, All Science, All Week

In Volume 31,2 (Summer 2016)

  • Rising to the Urban School Challenge: Helping Young Scientists Begin to Win
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Concussions: ‘An Urgent Need’ for More Precise Information
    • Role of Fatigue in Crash Risk for Bus, Truck Drivers
    • Raising Awareness of Ethics in Engineering
    • Estimating the Role of Climate Change in Extreme Weather Events Using ‘Extreme Event Attribution’
    • Forging the Research Foundations for the Next-Generation Electric Grid
  • UConn’s Laurencin Awarded Connecticut Medal of Technology

In Volume 31,1 (Spring 2016)

  • In the White House Office of Science and Technology: Crafting National Science Policy, Advising a President
  • About Jo Handelsman
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Study Examines Barriers in STEM 'Educational Pathways'
    • Report Urges New Approach to Affordable Flood Insurance
    • Assessing Hurricane Risk in a Changing Climate
    • Examining Interregional Travel Policies
  • CASE Members Laurencin, Rothberg to Receive National Medal of Technology and Innovation
  • Connecticut State Museum of Natural History at UConn

In Volume 30,4 (Winter 2015)

  • CTDOT Relies on State-of-the-Art Tools to Keep Traffic Moving in Winter Weather
  • New England Air Museum Conitnues to Soar
  • News from the National Academies:
    • The Employability Divide: Transforming US Education to Create Lifelong Learners
    • Optimizing US Investment in Academic Research
    • Water-Energy Nexus Critical to Economic Security
    • Getting it Right: Improving Diagnosis in Health Care
  • CT Scientists Elected to National Academies in 2015
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 30,3 (Fall 2015)

  • Preparing for Pandemics: Ebola Tests State's Policies and Protocols
  • Submarine Force Museum Preserves, Interprets Submarine History
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Flood Insurance: Linking Rates to Risk
    • Assessing Impacts on Resources and Climate of Projected Economic and Population Growth Patterns
    • New Report Recommends Strategies to Improve Cardiac Arrest Survival Rates
    • The Promise of Solar Energy: New Developments Offer New Challenges and Opportunities
    • Connecticut Student Among 2015 EngineerGirl "Engineering in Sports" Essay Contest Winners
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 30,2 (Summer 2015)

  • Connecticut's Evolving Innovation Ecosystem
  • Yale's Joan Steitz Awarded 2015 Connecticut Medal of Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • New Report Urges US to Strengthen Innovation, Productivity, Workforce Training
    • FAA Should 'Reset Expectations' Says Report
    • Battery Technologies for Automotive Applications
    • 'Cognitive Aging' Poses Major Health Issue for Older Americans, IOM Report Finds
    • Personalized Medical Robots: The Next Generation
    • IOM Report Recommends 'Vital Signs' to Score Progress on US Health Care
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

In Volume 30,1 (Spring 2015)

  • The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine: Changing the Landscape of Bioscience in Connecticut
  • Keynote Address at CASE Annual Meeting and Dinner - May 19: A Conversation: Edison Liu, President and CEO, The Jackson Laboratory, Talks with Dan Haar, Columnist, The Hartford Courant
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Analyzing Cancer Risks Near US Nuclear Facilities
    • Big Data: History, Status, Challenges
    • Overview of Big Data from US Perspective
    • IOM SMART Vaccines Software Tool Updated to Help Prioritize Vaccine Development
  • Newly Elected Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
  • Coming to a School Near You: Audubon CT’s Schoolyard Habitat Program
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State

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