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Visual captures of the 2012 CASW New Horizons science sessions. Artist: Perrin Ireland

Visual captures of the 2012 CASW New Horizons science sessions. Artist: Perrin Ireland

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Editor's Notes

  • FINDING EVOLUTION’S FOOTPRINTS IN THE “REGULOME” Greg Wray, Professor of Biology, Duke University\n
  • POVERTY, HEALTH AND INDUSTRIAL HOG PRODUCTION Steve Wing, Associate Professor of Epidermiology, Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill\n
  • WHAT’S THE UNIVERSE MADE OF? II. HIGGSMANIA Mark Kruse, Fuchsberg-Levine Family Associate Professor of Physics, DUke University\n
  • WHAT’S THE UNIVERSE MADE OF? II. HIGGSMANIA Mark Kruse, Fuchsberg-Levine Family Associate Professor of Physics, DUke University\n
  • PREDICTING AND UNDERSTANDING THE 2012 ELECTION WITH THE SOCIAL WEB David M. Rothschild, Economist, Microsoft Research\n
  • NEW VACCINES II: DELIVERING ORAL IMMUNIZATION IN A SOYBEAN Ken Bost, Belk Distinguished Professor of Biology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Chief Scientific Officer, SoyMeds; Kenneth J. Piller, Adjunct Research Associate Professor of Biology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and President and co-founder, SoyMeds\n
  • FROM MAURITANIA TO MARS: EARTH SCIENTISTS INVADE THE RED PLANET Linda C. Kah, Kenneth R Walker Associate Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Tennessee, Knoxville. \n
  • MELDING MIND AND MACHINE: ROBOTIC LIMBS CONTROLLED BY THOUGHT Miguel Nicolelis, Professor of Neurobiology, Biomedical Engineering, Psychology and Neuroscience; Co-Director, Center for Neuroengineering, Duke University\n
  • THE 2012 ELECTION: COVERING ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, SCIENCE & POLITICS Amy Harder, Curtis Brainard, Juliet Eilperin, Peggy Girshman\n
  • THE 2012 ELECTION: COVERING ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, SCIENCE & POLITICS Amy Harder, Curtis Brainard, Juliet Eilperin, Peggy Girshman\n
  • AS SEEN ON TV & HEARD ON RADIO: SCIENCE WRITING CROSS TRAINING Helen Chickering, Tom Linden\n
  • AS SEEN ON TV & HEARD ON RADIO: SCIENCE WRITING CROSS TRAINING Helen Chickering, Tom Linden\n
  • CAN I SEE THAT BEFORE IT RUNS? SOURCE INFLUENCE IN SCIENCE WRITING Czerne Reid, George Johnson, Jennifer “jef” Akst, Karl Leif Bates, Maryn McKenna\n

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