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2008 Snapshot Archives

The following snapshots were posted before January 1, 2009.

For current articles, visit the S&T Newsroom.

  • Got Milk Security: Securing a favorite beverage from farm to fridge (December 2008 -- Chemical & Biological)
  • A Breakout Year for CIRT: Popular Science magazine picks the Department's super sledgehammer as a best of 2008 (December 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • SQUID: Taking out roadblock crashers by the axles (video) (December 2008 -- Borders & Maritime)
  • Watching What You Eat: Minnesota researchers think about how to prevent food sabotage (August 2008 -- Chemical & Biological)
  • The Plum Island Story: Protecting America's flora and fauna for more than 50 years (August 2008 -- Chemical & Biological)
  • Schooled in Science: Using computers to inspire young minds (July 2008 -- Command, Control & Interoperability)
  • From the Ground Up: Getting technologies to first responders (July 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • Hearing Hurricanes: Measuring storm strength by listening underwater (April 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • A Hole New Way: Busting through concrete with search-and-rescue technology (video) (April 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • End of the Line: A Snapshots update on the fleet of mobile chemical labs (April 2008 -- Chemical & Biological)
  • Common Ground: A compass to help first responders find a way out of danger (April 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • Unraveling the Net: Rethinking the roots, dynamics, and consequences of terrorism (April 2008 -- Human Factors)
  • Security From Chaos: Research to make random more random (March 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • Reading by Numbers: Using math to help predict epidemics (March 2008 -- Chemical & Biological)
  • Wireless Stakeout: Using smartphones to nab suspects (January/February 2008 -- Command, Control & Interoperability)
  • Boys in the Hood: Protecting the protective service (January/February 2008 -- Infrastructure & Geophysical)
  • The Smaller the Better: Chemical detection on the go (January/February 2008 -- Chemical & Biological
Last Updated: 01/05/2022
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