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    Despite its flaws, the system does protect inventors against big companies who might usurp their ideas.

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    There are leaner times ahead for departments relying on the endowment, but the Institute’s finances remain strong.

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    Tea leaves and crystal balls aside, some researchers believe the future isn’t as murky as it used to be–and that may soon be bad news for terrorists.

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    Lawmakers and universities seek a balance between academic freedom and security in the war on terror.

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    From college-age wunderkinds to seasoned entrepreneurs, Technology Review presents 100 innovators under 35 whose work and ideas will change the world.

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    Microsoft’s former technology chief is branching out. He’s looking for industries where efficiencies multiply every couple of years–in infotech, sure, but biology too.

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    IBM researchers unveil software that will help businesses coordinate services.

  • Attack of the Zombie Rembrandts

    In laying claim to the decades-old idea of the hyperlink, British Telecom shows what’s wrong with patenting.

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