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Some have it, some don’t.
An advance at Toshiba could speed adoption of quantum cryptography.
Foreign-owned R&D centers are flourishing.
Samsung meets them; eBay does not.
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A country that engineered itself into existence is tapping into its centuries-old expertise in handling water.
Chinese researchers are pursuing a SARS vaccine–and energy and computing independence.