Winter 2015

Volume 30, 4

  • 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
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Fall 2015

Volume 30, 3

  • 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
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Summer 2015

Volume 30, 2

  • 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
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Spring 2015

Volume 30, 1

  • 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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Winter 2014

Volume 29, 4

  • Defining Coastal Resilience and Its Ability to Define Connecticut
  • Imagine Nation: A Museum Early Learning Center Ignites Children’s Imaginations
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Ebola: Research Priorities to Guide Public Health Practices
    • Engineering Education Still Key to US Innovation
    • Report Urges Greater Focus on Young Adults
  • Newly Elected Members of the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2014

Volume 29, 3

  • Connecticut’s Electric Grid: Keeping the Lights on Three Years Later
  • Award-Winning “Science on Saturdays” at Yale
  • News from the National Academies:
    • ‘National Vision’ Urged for Coastal Risk Management
    • Preparing the Planet for 10 Billion People
    • NRC Workshop Examines Impact of Big Data on Materials Science Community, Manufacturing
    • IOM Report Urges Overhaul of Nation’s $15 Billion Public Financing Program for Physician Training
    • New Report Confirms Classification of Styrene as ‘Reasonably Anticipated’ to be Human Carcinogen
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2014

Volume 29, 2

  • New Strategies for Data Management in CT
  • Frederick Leonberger Honored with 2014 CT Medal of Technology
  • News from the National Academies:
    • ‘Convergent Research’ Key to Innovation Says New Report
    • Third National Climate Assessment Released
    • Assuring Quality of Stem Cell Therapies
    • New Studies Warn Changes to Arctic Require Improved Research Resources, Collaborations
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2014

Volume 29, 1

  • Yale’s Robert Shiller Awarded Nobel Prize for Research in Asset Price Analysis
  • In Memoriam: David M. Wetstone, 1926-2014
  • West Hartford’s New Children’s Museum Offers Host of Programs
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Integrating STEM in K-12
    • Two New IOM Reports Examine Psychological Disorders, Physical Effects of Blast in US Military
    • New York’s Nanotechnology Model
    • Investing in Transportation in Economic Downturns
  • Connecticut Scientists elected to the National Academies in 2013
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2013

Volume 28, 4

  • STEM Programs in K-12: Measuring Success
  • Look, Touch, Learn, Save at SmartLiving Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Study Urges Early Warning System for ‘Abrupt Impacts’ from Climate Change
    • Massive Data Analysis Is New Frontier for Science
    • A Call for Action on Antimicrobial Resistance
    • Science and Engineering Ethics Education
  • Yale’s Rothman and Shiller Honored with Nobel Prizes
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2013

Volume 28, 3

  • Cogeneration: Combined Heat and Power – A Powerful Solution to Address the Vagaries of Nature
  • Project Oceanology Turns 40!
  • News from the National Academies:
    • US Gun Violence Topic of New Report from IOM, NRC
    • Bringing a Systems Engineering Approach to Health
    • A Plan for Evaluating Obesity Prevention Efforts
    • Aligning Engineering Education and Experience to Meet the Needs of Industry and Society
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2013

Volume 28, 2

  • Additive Manufacturing: Revolutionizing Connecticut Industry
  • Steitz Honored with Connecticut Medal of Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Promoting Diversity in STEM Good for Science, Workforce
    • Managing Flood Risk: FEMA Needs New Approach
    • Evaluating Risks to Endangered, Threatened Species Posed by Pesticide Use
    • Nanotechnology Initiative: Triennial Review
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2013

Volume 28, 1

  • The Connecticut Stem Cell Research Program: Taking a Measure of the Progress After the First Six Years
  • The Main Features Are Creatures at Eleanor Buck Wolf Nature Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • For Americans: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health
    • US Needs Dedicated Geoengineering Research
    • Aging Population Has Long-Term Economic Impact
    • Fake Medications and Substandard Drugs
    • Ocean Acidification Research and Monitoring
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2012

Volume 27, 4

  • Making the Case for Space (click here for an expanded version of this article)
  • Lutz Children’s Museum in Manchester, CT, Introduces Kids to Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Making Value: Manufacturing Transformation Should Favor US
    • Organizational Failures: Lessons from Fukushima
    • US Electric Power Grid ‘Inherently Vulnerable’
    • Aging US Population Will Require Policy Changes
    • Engineering Education: Real World Experiences
    • Newly Elected Members of the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2012

Volume 27, 3

  • High-Tech Imaging Tools Let CT Scientists Unlock Secrets of Biological Molecules
  • At the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, the Focus is on Long Island Sound
  • News from the National Academies:
    • US Should Strengthen its World-Class Research Universities
    • Report Calls for ‘National Photonics Initiative’
    • Managing Radioactive Waste: Blue Ribbon Report
    • National Weather Service Must Continue to Evolve
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2012

Volume 27, 2

  • Nanomanufacturing: Next ‘Big’ Thing for CT May be the Smallest Things Ever Made
  • 2012 Connecticut Medal of Technology Awarded to UConn’s Yaakov Bar-Shalom
  • Step Into the Early Jurassic Age at Dinosaur State Park
  • News from the National Academies:
    • National Research Council Calls for Coordinated Plan to Manage Potential Risks of Nanomaterials
    • Discipline-Based Education Research Could Improve Undergraduate Science and Engineering Teaching
    • Challenges in Characterizing Small Particles: Exploring Particles from the Nano- to Microscales
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2012

Volume 27, 1

  • P&W’s New Engine Technology a Game Changer for Airline Industry
  • Pratt & Whitney’s Paul Adams to Present Keynote Address at CASE Annual Dinner
  • Mystic Aquarium Offers Hands-On Learning Opportunities for All Ages
  • News from the National Academies:
    • National Research Council Calls for Coordinated Plan to Manage Potential Risks of Nanomaterials
    • Framework For the Future of K-12 Science Education
    • New Study Calls for Change in Attitudes Toward Pain
    • Reuse of Municipal Wastewater Could Augment Future US Drinking Water Supplies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2011

Volume 26, 4

  • The State of Innovation in Connecticut
  • Yale’s Peabody Museum Offers World-Renowned Collections and Interactive Exhibitions
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Health Information Technology Needs Better Oversight, Accountability
    • Effects of Vaccines: Evidence, Causality
    • ‘Front of Package’ Nutrition Rating Systems Studied
    • GameDesk Awarded $225,000 Grant To Develop Science-Based Interactive Game For Classrooms
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2011

Volume 26, 3

  • Growing ‘Green Chemistry’ Movement Has Deep Roots in Connecticut Labs
  • UConn’s Steven Suib Awarded 2011 Connecticut Medal of Science
  • Beardsley Zoo in the Forefront of Conservation Education
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Roadmap for Earthquake Resilience
    • Changing the Conversation in Engineering
    • Leveraging Food Technology for Obesity Prevention
    • Global Change and Extreme Hydrology
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2011

Volume 26, 2

  • Connecticut Researchers, Companies Key Players in Assessing, Managing Gulf Spill
  • Experiment Station Tapped to Assist in Gulf Seafood Testing
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Report Calls for ‘Substantial’ Action on Climate Change
    • Understanding Prevention, Amelioration, and Resolution of Lyme and Other Tick-Borne Diseases
    • Digital Health Infrastructure Subject of Workshops in IOM’s Learning Health System Series
    • Sustainable Urban Water and Resource Management
    • Promising Practices in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2011

Volume 26, 1

  • The Future of Nuclear Power in Connecticut
  • Nuclear Power Expert Matzie to Address CASE Meeting
  • Bridgeport’s Discovery Museum Seeks to “Engage, Excite, Educate”
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans Released
    • USDA Proposes Changes to Foods in School Meals Program
    • Lower Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water Proposed
    • Computer Games and Simulations Offer New Potential for Science Education
    • Shorter US Lifespans Tied to Past Smoking, Obesity
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2010

Volume 25, 4

  • A Delicate Balance: How to Capitalize on Data Storage Capacity While Maximizing Effectiveness & Ease of Use
  • Greenwich’s Bruce Museum Engages Teens
  • News from the National Academies:
    • US Competitive Edge in Science, Engineering Depends on Minority Participation
    • Sustained Involvement in Education, Research Urged
    • Long-Term Effect of Ocean Acidification Unknown
    • Engineering a Quieter America
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • Connecticut Scientists Elected to the National Academies in 2010
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Fall 2010

Volume 25, 3

  • Connecticut’s Laser Industry: A Proud Past, A Brilliant Future
  • The Eli Whitney Museum: A Learning Experience
  • News from the National Academies:
    • New Reports Contain Calls to Action on Climate Change
      • NRC Report Urges National Response “Informed by Reliable Data”
      • Today’s CO2 Choices Will Impact Climate for Centuries to Come
    • New Rule Simplifies PTSD Disability Claims
    • New Book Examines Language Diversity, School Learning, and Closing the Achievement Gap
    • Continued Focus on Hydrogen Technologies Urged
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2010

Volume 25, 2

  • MacArthur Fellow Mary Tinetti’s Research Challenges Assumptions About Elderly Falls
  • CT Medal of Technology Awarded to Rothberg
  • The New England Air Museum: 50 Years of History and Education
  • In Memorium: Joseph M. King
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Strong Evidence on Climate Change Underscores Need for National Strategy, Action Now
    • Same Scrutiny Urged for Science Behind Food Supplement Health Claims, Drug Approvals
    • Study Calls for New Standards for Salt Content
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2010

Volume 25, 1

  • Yale’s Thomas Steitz Awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry
  • Stepping Stones Museum for Children Celebrates Ten Years, Upcoming Expansion
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Protecting a Critical Resource
    • Actions Needed to Reduce Threats from Hepatitus B and C
    • “America’s Energy Future” Issues Final Report
    • Air Pollutants Know No Borders
    • Reassessing Sale of Nation’s Helium Reserve
    • Mapped Genome Show’s Corn’s Adapatability
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2009

Volume 24, 4

  • New Research Suggests Poor Dental Health Linked to More Serious Health Issues
  • Science Education is ‘Hands-On’ at Talcott Mountain Science Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • ”Hidden” Costs of Energy in US Subject of New NRC Report
    • Smoking Bans Reduce Secondhand Smoke Risks
    • Improved Voter Database Interoperability Urged
    • New School Meal Nutrition Guidelines Advised
    • White House Announces ‘Educate to Innovate’
    • New Radio Spectrum Management Policies Needed
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2009

Volume 24, 3

  • Silicon Nanowires Key to Revolutionary New Hand-Held Diagnostic Biosensors: Yale Lab Develops “Deceptively Simple” Device
  • In Memoriam: Edward A. Adelberg, PhD
  • News from the National Academies:
    • America’s Energy Future: Technology and Transformation
    • Creative Young Engineers Chosen for NAE Symposium
    • Report Faults US Plan for Research on Potential Health, Environmental Risks from Nanomaterials
    • FreedomCAR, Fuel Partnership Strategy Assessed
  • News from the Science Center
  • A Case for Capturing CT’s Waste Heat
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2009

Volume 24, 2

  • Experiment Station in Forefront of Efforts to Monitor, Test for Mosquito-Borne Viruses
  • UConn’s Birge Awarded CT Medal of Science
  • News from the National Academies:
    • More Transparency Urged for US Cyberattack Policy
    • ‘New Paradigm’ Needed for Renewal of US Sustainable Critical Infrastructure Systems
    • Federal Government Should Give Greater Support to Decision Makers Coping With Climate Chang
    • IOM Releases Guide on Pandemic Flu
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2009

Volume 24, 1

  • Science is for Everyone at the New Connecticut Science Center
  • News from the National Academies:
    • A Key to Treating Lyme Disease
    • Report Urges Major Overhaul of US Forensic Science System
    • Prevention of Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Problems in Young People Should be US Priority
    • Role of Hydrogen Research for US Energy Future
    • HIPAA Privacy Rule Fails to Adequately Protect Patient Privacy and Hampers Health Research
    • Views of “Dual-Use” Research, Bioterrorism Studied
    • Informal Settings Can Boost Science Learning, Report Says
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2008

Volume 23, 4

  • Personalized Medicine: The ‘Medical GPS’ of the Future?
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Forest Management Important for Fresh Water Supplies
    • Increasing the Nation’s Fresh Water Supplies through Desalination
    • Are Board-Certified Teachers More Effective?
    • Booklet Explores National Plant Genome Initiative
    • EPA Stormwater Program Needs Major Overhaul
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2008

Volume 23, 3

  • Climate Change and Connecticut: New Legislation Mandates Action on Global Warming
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Local Emergency Plans Need to Address Role of Transit System
    • Study Urges Continued Government Support for Hydrogen Vehicle Research and Develoment
    • Restoration of Climate Sensors Urged
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2008

Volume 23, 2

  • Connecticut’s Engineers Without Borders: “Building a Better World, One Community at a Time”
  • Two Yale Scientists Awarded Prestigious CT Science Medals
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Climate Change and the US Transportation Infrastructure
    • New Approach to Effective Health Care Urged
    • Water Implications of Increased Biofuel Production
    • Wake Turbulence A Challenge in Crowded Skies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2008

Volume 23, 1

  • Rudd Center’s Brownell is on a Mission: Improve World’s Diet, Prevent Obesity, Fight Weight Gain Stigma
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Low-Level Nitrogen Pollution More Harmful Than Thought
    • US Climate Change Research Program Making Progress in Documenting Changes, Lagging in Study of Impact on Humans
    • New Study Examines Benefits of the Satellite Age
    • Report Cites Success of US Plant Genome Sequencing Initiative, Urges Broader Mission
    • NASA’s K-12 Education Program Falling Short
    • New Web Resource for Drinking Water
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2007

Volume 22, 4

  • Hopes, Promises and Expectations for Connecticut’s Stem Cell Research Program
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Open Exchange of Research Critical to National Security
    • Sleep Deprivation and Emotion
    • MRSA More Common Than Thought
    • Competition from Abroad Threatens US Lead in Mechanical Engineering Basic Research
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2007

Volume 22, 3

  • NASA Space Grant Consortium Supports Research at State’s Colleges, Universities
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Report Recommends Nutrition Standards For ‘Competitive’ Foods and Drinks Sold in Nation’s Schools
    • Foreign Languages & International Education Need More Support from Nation’s Education System
    • Scientific Advances Offer New Directions and Approaches for Testing Chemicals for Toxicity
    • Millions of Americans Take Medications Incorrectly
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2007

Volume 22, 2

  • Biodiesel Holds Promise as New Energy Source, Economic Boon for Connecticut
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • National Academies Join International Call for World Leaders to Address Global Climate Change and Energy Access Issues
    • New Report Examines Environmental Impacts of Wind Energy Projects
    • New Science of Metagenomics May Revolutionize Understanding of Microbial World
    • VA Urged to Revise Its Methods for Evaluating and Compensating Vets for PTSD
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2007

Volume 22, 1

  • Using Animals and Deep Sea Exploration to ‘Capture the Imagination’ of Future Scientists at Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies:
    • Study Urges Laser Technology for New Floodplain Maps
    • NAE Announces Grainger Challenge Prize Winners
    • More Small-Scale, Low-Cost Space Missions Urged
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2006

Volume 21, 4

  • UConn Scientist Plays Key Role in International Marine Census
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • Banucci Awarded CT Medal of Technology
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2006

Volume 21, 3

  • Distributed Generation: One Solution to CT’s Burgeoning Energy Needs
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration Releases Educational Videos and Classroom Activities
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2006

Volume 21, 2

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Spring 2006

Volume 21, 1

  • Who’s Keeping Track of Long Island Sound? The Long Island Sound Resource Center (Expanded online version of this article)
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Winter 2005

Volume 20, 4

  • Connecticut’s Challenge: Protecting the State’s Diverse Habitats for Future Generations
  • Update: The Connecticut Center for Science and Exploration
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2005

Volume 20, 3

  • Connecticut’s Business Incubators Are Critical Links to Innovation [Expanded online version of this article]
  • Connecticut Medal of Science: UConn Physicist is 2005 Recipient of State’s Highest Science Honor
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Summer 2005

Volume 20, 2

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Spring 2005

Volume 20, 1

  • Biomedical Engineering in Connecticut: “. . . the potential to make man bionic.” [Expanded online version of this article]
  • In Memoriam: D. Allan Bromley (1927-2005)
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Winter 2004

Volume 19, 4

  • Photonics Pioneer DeMaria Awarded State’s Highest Technology Honor
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Fall 2004

Volume 19, 3

  • A New Initiative to Promote Interest in Science and Math
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Summer 2004

Volume 19, 2

  • Advances in Forensics Provide Creative Tools for Solving Crimes
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Spring 2004

Volume 19, 1

  • West Nile Project Wins Connecticut Brothers Top National Honors
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • New AAAS Center Hopes to Foster Better Understanding Between Scientists, Public
  • In Briefs
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Winter 2003

Volume 18, 4

  • Nanotechnology: The Huge Impact of a “Lilliputian” Science
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Fall 2003

Volume 18, 3

  • The AIDS Pandemic: How Did It Happen, and Is SARS Next?
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Summer 2003

Volume 18, 2

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Spring 2003

Volume 18, 1

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Fall 2002

Volume 17, 3

  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Summer 2002

Volume 17, 2

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Spring 2002

Volume 17, 1

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Fall 2001

Volume 16, 4

  • “Moletronics” May Hold Key to Faster, Cheaper Computer Power (click here for expanded article)
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Summer / Fall 2001

Volume 16, 3

  • Industry Clusters and Economic Development in Connecticut
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
  • Meet the Executive Editors
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Spring 2001

Volume 16, 2

  • A New Name — A New Look!
  • Activities of the Academy
  • News from the National Academies
  • In Briefs
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Winter 2001

Volume 16, 1

  • A Commitment to Excellence: State’s Science and Engineering Sector Invests $2 Billion in Facilities Construction
  • UConn’s Environmental Research Institute: From LIDAR to NEMO, Unique Storrs Facility Nurtures Critical Pollution Research
  • From the Academy: Above and Beyond the Call: A Fond Farewell with Gratitude for a Job Well Done
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Fall 2000

Volume 15, 4

  • Clear Sailing Ahead for UConn’s Avery Point Campus
  • The Science of Environmental Pollution: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach (First of a two-part series)
  • From the Academy: Connecticut’s High-Tech Workforce Pipeline
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Summer 2000

Volume 15, 3

  • West Nile Virus: How Connecticut Scientists Helped Crack the Case of an Exotic Arbovirus
  • Laboratory Safety Offices Help Universities Toe the Line
  • From the Academy: Indoor Air Quality in Connecticut Schools
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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Spring 2000

Volume 15, 2

  • The Science of Combustion in Connecticut
  • Industry A Key Player in Future of Agricultural Biotechnology in CT
  • From the Academy: “The Impact of Computers and Technology on Learning” The past, present and possibilities
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
  • And the winners are… Talented Young Scientists Receive CASE Awards at CT State Science Fair
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Winter 2000

Volume 15, 1

  • Fuel Cells: Clean, Relibale Energy for the Future from CT Companies
  • Agricultural Biotechnology: At State’s Universities, Not Even the Sky’s the Limit
  • New Members Elected to the Academy in 1999
  • From the Academy: Automobile Emission Testing Revisited
  • In Briefs: Science and Technology News from Around the State
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