Nanotech grants for probing inner space
For young Benjamin Braddock in the 1967 film The Graduate, the future
was neatly summarized in one word: plastics. If Mike Nichols had directed
the film 30 years later, that word may well have been nano.
conference to examine outcomes of military- to-military contacts
The United States has leveraged influence in the affairs
of weaker nations for decades by providing training to foreign armies
in regions such as Latin America.
columnist Andrew Leckey takes the reins at COM’s Business and Economics
Earlier this year, journalists bit into
the remains of Enron as savagely as hyenas. And they’re still chewing.
But where were the media watchdogs when the company was overstating its
mobilization in Turkey: a crisis for U.S. interests in Middle East?
Those monitoring U.S. strategic interests in the eastern Mediterranean
are keeping a watchful eye on Turkey, which on November 3 voted overwhelmingly
for a party with Islamist roots.
student rocks out with prof dad’s backup
David J. Craig