IN THIS ISSUE
Los Alamos Firsts
- The first cell sorter
Los Alamos invented, and has regularly improved upon, the technology to isolate different kinds of cells.
- Twitter vision
Show a computer enough photos, and it’ll begin to recognize what it sees.
- Unraveling life four letters at a time
The genomics revolution that came after the Human Genome Project
- Phase five
What makes the cuprates special? How about a new phase of matter.
- Intruder alert for the cyber world
A new strategy for stalking stealthy intruders inside busy computer networks
- Moulin bleu
A rare morsel of good news about sea-level rise from the Greenland ice sheet
- How to spot a nuke
Laser-driven blast of neutrons reveals concealed nuclear bomb materials
- Explosives going dark
An enhanced green fluorescent protein stops glowing when explosives are present.
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FACES OF SCIENCE
Amy Clarke finds it ironic that scientists can be perceived as overly practical, when it is creativity that drives the design of advanced materials. Today, Amy harnesses such ingenuity to develop materials important to applications in energy, defense and industry.