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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.
Biotech drugs can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. Cheaper generic versions could save countless lives, but proving their safety and effectiveness is no easy task.
Simon Barber on Europe’s reluctance to accept genetically modified foods.
A new vaccine in the works could prevent cervical cancer. But will it ever reach those who would benefit most?
Too many doctors write prescriptions while under the influence of drug companies. Aggressive prosecution of the worst cases could help mend doctor-patient trust.
Bioethicist Paul Wolpe explores the implications of wiring computers to the human brain.