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A look at how the world has changed since September 11   Day 4: Science vs. terrorism
Scientists vs. terrorism
Investigators emerging last fall from a house in Chester, Pa., where officials suspected hazardous materials were being produced. Protecting the nation from nearly invisible weapons is a priority of antiterrorism research. (KRT Photo)
New threat sets scientists on a patriotic mission
Deeply aware that new scientific ideas - from radar to the atomic bomb - gave America a crucial edge in World War II, scientists across the country are working on weapons for the war against terrorism.

Security analysts trying to narrow list of possible targets
The guessing game has gone on across the nation since Sept. 11: Where might terrorists strike next? Cities, for their concentration of people and because they are centers for commerce, top the list.

Tracking technologies have improved
Year of surprises for Mass. anti-terror company
DNA ID work forges new forensic tools
Afetr loss, Avid aids 9/11 probe
The US government has unleashed a host of high-tech weapons in the war on terrorism. Will American technological might prove to be the decisive factor in thwarting potential terrorists?
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Science vs. terrorism: Globe science writer Gareth Cook talked about how science and technology are being harnessed in the battle against terrorism.

 SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
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A look back at the day
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