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    March 18, 2005

    Dirty Bombs and Other Career Stories of a Defense Scientist

    "We can basically go into a terrorist's apartment and confirm that he had in his possession nuclear material."

    March 11, 2005

    Careers in National Cybersecurity - The Good Guys Against the Darknet

    This is a high-stakes game with no place for amateurs.

    March 11, 2005

    Science in Defense - Canadian Careers in National Security Research

    March 11, 2005

    A Biodefence Mission for Traditional Immunologists

    "It is better for marketability to be someone considered to have expertise in murine T cell immunology than someone who considers themselves an expert on how to protect a mouse from anthrax," says Altmann.

    March 11, 2005

    A Scientist as a Knowledge Agent

    Lewis, who trained as a geoscientist to doctoral level, describes her work at Dstl as 'research, but a different kind of research.'

    March 11, 2005

    Straight Out of Science Fiction

    If successful, Jackson’s current mission of developing a more secure method of transferring information using a single photon would revolutionize information technology.

    March 11, 2005

    Science Careers in National Security - Introduction

    The threats are real and significant, and scientists can make important contributions to protecting their countries, and the people within their borders, from these threats.

    March 11, 2005

    Careers in National Security: The Defense Intelligence Agency

    Duties might include tracking and analyzing foreign weapons systems and capabilities; coding and maintaining weapon system simulations; C and C++ programming; keeping tabs on foreign threat capabilities against ground, naval, air, and space weapon systems; or maintaining contacts with counterparts elsewhere in the intelligence community and in government and industry.

    March 04, 2005

    Solving the Mysteries of Matter

    Assamagan has dedicated his career to developing detectors and software to explore still-uncharted areas of particle physics.

    March 04, 2005

    Hispanic Astrophysicist and Educator Boosts Women in Science

    Ruiz's diverse experiences as a woman in the sciences provides a background for helping others attain their goals.

    March 04, 2005

    Canadian Science Budget Fails to Deliver

    A decreasing portion of those newcomers to the grants game are likely to get a good start to their research careers as a result of Finance Minister Ralph Goodale's $157.12-billion blueprint, unveiled on 23 February under the soporific theme "Delivering on Commitments."

    February 25, 2005

    Educated Woman: The Grad School Adventures of Micella Phoenix DeWhyse - Chapter 36: What Have You Been Doing All This Time? (The Thesis Proposal, Part 2)

    There may be times in our lives when we should fight to the death for our ideas. The thesis defense is not one of those times.

    February 25, 2005

    Laboratory Notebook-Keeping for Busy Scientists

    This slimmed-down lab notebook means I don't have to waste hours every week neatly writing lengthy prose describing every detail of what I have done.

    February 25, 2005

    A Science Makeover at Concordia University

    "We focus on real problems, and we tackle them from the very basic to the more macular levels," says June Chaikelson, dean of arts and science at Concordia University.

    February 18, 2005

    Bridging the Worlds of Science and Public Policy

    "Even if you are not doing science when you are an advisor, you definitely bring your training as a scientist to the table – and this can be of great benefit," says Nancy Kingsbury, Science Advisor at Natural Resources Canada.

    February 18, 2005

    Wandering off the Beaten Track

    Azevedo strongly advises other postdocs to start applying even if they feel it is too early in their career.

    February 18, 2005

    Houston Colleges Boost Minority Participation in STEM Fields

    H-LSAMP--which is open to everyone regardless of race--aims to increase the number of minority applicants for research and education careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

    February 18, 2005

    New Rules Ease Scientific Exchanges

    The new policy … extends the validity of security clearances, now 1 year, to 4 years for international students and 2 years for foreign scientists.

    February 18, 2005

    Caught in the Squeeze

    John Marburger, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, says …"the president really cares about science."

    February 11, 2005

    Internet Collaborations

    Remote collaboration … Funding for foreign postdocs.

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