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Straight from the Lab: Technology’s First Draft
T-rays could be more versatile than x-rays.
Cheap computer power and high-tech observation systems mean precise forecasts, offering consumers personalized reports and saving weather-sensitive businesses millions.
University of Pennsylvania biophysicist Britton Chance demonstrates the latest in lie detection technology.
The fantasy of a personal flying machine is lurching toward reality, as companies ready vertical-takeoff aircraft for market, and information technology endows planes with the ability to fly themselves.
As an underground culture in game machine-tweaking hardware runs afoul of federal law, copyright protection is clashing with user innovation.
As handheld devices proliferate, so too do the memory chips that they rely on. Here’s a field guide.
The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science sees interdisciplinary research as its future.
With their longer lifetimes and higher efficiencies, light-emitting diodes will transform the illumination industry-and save billions in energy costs.