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Get an inside view of the University of Kentucky's Center for Manufacturing, which works to educate students, research solutions to industry issues and retain the state's manufacturers.

In this episode of "Bring It Home" Dave covers the topics: Nature of Terrorism and Insights into Terrorism. Guest Anna Satterfield discusses working with violence risk-assessment issues. We also hear from Scott Lillibridge, who discusses the Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health. Barbara Quiram teaches us about the emergency preparedness activities within the School of Rural Public Health. Paul Carlton continues the SRPH discussion, covering homeland security medical issues. This episode also features discussion on the "Country Reports on Terrorism 2008."

Technologies such as nanotechnology transistors and many-core computing are on the horizon. As technology becomes increasingly mainstream, global competitiveness will increase accordingly. Join Intel Corporations Chairman of the Board, Craig R. Barrett, as he explores the future of technology and its impact on the global market. In this video from the National Science Foundation, Barrett discusses the type of environment, research and education needed to sustain the excellence and innovation that is required in such a stiff global competition.

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