In this interactive timeline, we highlight the milestones and meet the characters who played a pivotal role over 40 years of a private neurorehabilitation system’s rise and demise.
Julia Smith is the 2015 Knight-Mozilla fellow for Reveal, where she specializes in user experience and interface design. Previously, Smith developed websites for Oxide Design Co., a communications and information design firm in Omaha, Nebraska. She also worked at Gallup as an interactive developer and mobile application designer; at ConAgra Foods as an enterprise software developer; and at the Omaha World-Herald as a web producer and print designer. Smith graduated from Creighton University, where she studied journalism, graphic design and computer science. She is based in Reveal’s Emeryville, California, office.
Searchable database: The Lost & The Found
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A revolving door in the nuclear weapons industry
Members of Congress, influential government contractors and high-ranking federal officials have a symbiotic relationship when it comes to managing the country’s nuclear weapons research and design facilities.