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A futuristic cooler could get organs to those in need.
Zero-emission driving may be more than hot air.
Computer memory could soon earn the ultimate commercial validation: the cheap plastic knock-off.
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The key to superefficient automotive systems: software.
The complacency firewalls breed is ultimately more damaging than the computer pirates they keep out.
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With just homemade needles and some cells from an ear biopsy, Jose Cibelli of Cyagra demonstrates how to build a blue-ribbon steer.