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The U.S. Army wants self-healing, corrosion-resistant polymers to camouflage tanks. Researchers think nanotubes will help them get there.
Do the bounties of manned space travel justify the risks?
President Charles M. Vest’s report for 2001-2002 focuses on balancing security and openess in research and education.
Nicholas Negroponte says expertise is overrated. To build a nation of innovators, we should focus on youth, diversity, and collaboration.
From the editor.
A household chemical rejuvenates faded fingerprints.
Can Quicken and Money fend off competition from Web-based money-management software? Don’t bank on it.
Hitachi Advanced Research Labs’ brain science applications program breaks the mold with research to improve education through brain imaging.
Each country’s patent and copyright laws should serve the greater good.
Research that breaks the mold.