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“Chemical fossils” point to first multicellular creatures
Students who arrive on campus while their peers are still in high school thrive in MIT’s classrooms and culture.
From conservative to liberal, religious groups are thriving and living together in peace.
Rat neuron cells on silicon are the brains behind a new robot-a breakthrough that may lead to better computer chips.
Software trains officials to respond to massive terror attacks.
A new biometric technology may soon lead to safer handguns.
Instant messaging products are everywhere, but the proliferation is turning the Internet into a tower of Babel. New technologies that promise interoperability are trying to change that.
A possible solution to the Yucca Mountain controversy.
New software may bring 3D television into your living room.
Forget religion and politics, a top researcher says. Reproductive cloning will never work because biology will always get in the way.