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A wobbly new molecule called DTA is moving in a straight line toward nanomanufacturing.
Fabrication tricks promise handheld radar.
D-Wave Systems is building a ‘quantum’ computer to solve intractable real-world problems. The secret: cooling the chip to -269 C with liquid helium.
Viruses may be a mighty new weapon.
Bioethicist Paul Wolpe explores the implications of wiring computers to the human brain.
The much-heralded genome is just a parts list. New research is revealing when, and why, genes do what they do in living cellsa big step toward understanding, and ultimately curing, disease.
Renew Power wants to replace your cell-phone battery with a fuel cell.
Biologists attempt to illuminate the true potential of stem cells derived from adults rather than embryos.
These seven technologies are about to make their way out of the lab, onto the market-and into our lives.
Former El Al security head Isaac Yeffet on how technology fails air safety.