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Singapore’s Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology is rapidly emerging as a world leader in nano-based biosensors and diagnostic devices.
Millennial Net shows how wireless sensors can enable better energy efficiency and inventory control.
Magnetic therapy for depression enters widespread trials
USC’s Paul Debevec shows how to use light from the real world-and algorithms from the digital one-to render an actor’s face as it would appear under any conditions.
Software that analyzes system log files could help automate computer networks.
Robotic “power pants” use sensors and artificial muscles to give you an extra jolt of strength.
The Mayo Clinic is transforming medicine with advanced computing.
A new generation of e-payment companies makes it easy to “pay as you go” for inexpensive Web content, portending big profits for online businesses.
New materials engineered on the nanometer scale will lead to commercial products for electronics, energy, and medicine in three to five years.
A new agreement on compatibility will let radio-frequency ID tags keep track of one another.