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Sharp-looking screens using organic molecules promise to supplant liquid crystal displays and revolutionize the next generation of personal computers and mobile phones. Soon, you may see streaming video in the palm of your hand.
New computer simulations that re-create the sense of touch allow doctors-in-training to perform virtual procedures without risking harm to a human being’s precious skin.
New diagnostic technique promises to put a powerful lab on a dime-sized slice of silicon.
Vendors orchestrate thousands of PCs to tackle truly tough problems.
How digital movie projectors work.
The first PC? Set the Wayback Machine to 1950.
Nobelist Smalley explains how “carbon nanotubes” will affect everything, from living cells to electrical transmission.