Research Horizons [Volume 22, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2005]
Becker, T. J.
Sanders, Jane M.
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Wake-up Call for Innovation - Other countries make strides in science and technology, threatening the United States’ competitive edge.A Pandemic Among Us - Researchers battle avian flu threats to poultry industry and humans.Out of Gas - Sediments in northern Gulf of Mexico are not right for methane gas hydrate formation.Genetic Engineering of Humans Roberta Berry talks about the ethical and public policy implications of genetic engineering of humans.Data From Space - Adaptive array network could improve access to NASA’s Earth-observing satellites.You Are What You Listen To - Users of digital music sharing system judge others by their playlists.Dust Storm Surprise - Pollution can convert airborne iron into soluble form required for phytoplankton growth.Protecting Public Places from Terror - "Systems engineering” approach offers a new paradigm that stresses prevention.Learning Tool for Landlubbers - SeaMaven lets middle-schoolers step into researchers’ shoes.