Rebecca Slayton

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If one theme pervades popular imagination and memory about the computer, it is revolution. But the term begs scrutiny. Sometimes the ''computer revolution'' is linked ironically to the dramatic enhancement of dominant power structures, other times to a radical inversion of social order. 1 Historically, the relationships between transformations in computing(More)
Dental caries (tooth decay) is the most common chronic disease, worldwide, affecting most children and adults. Though dental caries is highly heritable, few caries-related genes have been discovered. We investigated whether 18 genetic variants in the group of non-amelogenin enamel matrix genes (AMBN, ENAM, TUFT1, and TFIP11) were associated with dental(More)
The goal of this workshop is to develop a consensus within the biomaterials/bioengineering community for a research agenda focused on creating technologies that will address the current dental caries pandemic. The workshop will bring together expertise from academia, industry, and the NIH institutes in the areas of oral biofilm microbiology and innovative(More)
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