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I’m a freelance journalist based in San Francisco. Before going freelance, I was MIT Technology Review’s material science editor; and I graduated from MIT’s Science Writing program in 2004.
A new material could eventually be used to store vast amounts of data on a disc.
Flexible carbon-nanotube supercapacitors could give more power to cell phones and other electronics.
Fabrics woven from highly conductive, nanotube-coated cotton are wearable biosensors.
The fabrication of two new materials for manipulating light is a key step toward realizing cloaking.
A high-resolution, lens-free microscope fits on a dime-size chip.
Players of a new game will design HIV vaccines and other proteins.
Unusual combinations of existing drugs could improve treatments for a variety of diseases.
Political scientist Thad Hall says federal standards are required to prevent state electronic registration databases from disenfranchising people.
A technique for delivering gene-silencing RNA is able to combat prostate cancer in mice.
Prenatal ultrasound interferes with mouse brain development, but further studies are needed to assess the risks to unborn children.