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Concerns over particle dangers could slow nanotech’s growth.
Machines that create products directly from digital files can save hours of painstaking human labor, compress production schedules, and eliminate costly overstock.
Silicon is cheap; “compound semiconductors” are fast. Combining the two could yield cheaper cell phones and DVD players.
Feeling exposed? Watchful technologies could soon put everyone under surveillance.
New computer simulations that re-create the sense of touch allow doctors-in-training to perform virtual procedures without risking harm to a human being’s precious skin.
NIST hopes to stifle the tremors that ruin experiments.
Seeing is no longer believing. The image you see on the evening news could well be a fake - a fabrication of fast new video-manipulation technology.
After a decade of hype, microscopic mechanical systems are poised to make major changes in the size of our cell phones, the reliability of our communications systems-even the way “Star Wars” is shown.
Pharmaceuticals: The first batch of drugs derived from genomics is on the way.
High-resolution satellite images are about to flood the marketplace. They could be good for business, but what will they do for terrorists?