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NSF and Homeland Security -- 2002

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NEWS

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Simulating Disasters to Save Lives
Released November 18, 2002
News Tip

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People Who "Gave Up" After 9/11 More Likely to Remain Distressed
Released September 10, 2002
Press Release

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Model of Plane Impact at WTC Provides Clues to Structural Issues
Released September 4, 2002
News Tip

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National Tragedy Survey Reveals Continuing Impact of 9/11
Released August 19, 2002
News Tip

NSF News

The Effects of 9/11: Preliminary Studies
Released July 30, 2002
News Tip

NSF News

Researchers Compare Anthrax Genomes
Released May 9, 2002
Press Release

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Media, Anger Figure in Terrorism Response
Released April 22, 2002
News Tip

SPEECHES

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Science in a Twenty-First Century World
Address at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors,
Weizmann Institute of Science
November 11, 2002

Interagency Meeting on Disease and Homeland Security
Remarks, Interagency Meeting on Disease and Homeland Security
September 25, 2002

Knowledge Discovery and Dissemination Meeting
Remarks, Knowledge Discovery and Dissemination Meeting
September 4, 2002

Scientists Can Help Battle Terrorism, NSF Director Urges
News Tip
June 24, 2002

Science: Before and After September 11
Address at Science and Technology Issues, Policies and Debates: A Leadership Forum
June 19, 2002

Science As Patriotism
Address at the Universities Research Association Annual Meeting
January 30, 2002

REPORTS

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The New Challenges of Chemical and Biological Sensing
Released November 18, 2002
National Science Foundation Workshop Report

Responding to the Unexpected
February 27 - March 1, 2002
Report of the NSF Workshop held in New York City
Also available: Report Slides

GRANTS

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NSF, Intelligence Community to Cooperate on "Data Mining" Research
Released July 30, 2002
Press Release

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