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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.
Startup Nanosys says quantum dots will brighten displays in consumer electronics starting next year.
A new method for creating the copper wiring in chips promises better computer performance—for a few years, at least.
Image-processing and machine-learning algorithms could help stores to manage inventory.
A new type of eye implant requires less hardware and could restore more vision than existing devices.
The Japanese giant may be the first company to produce LCDs featuring speedy, low-cost metal-oxide transistor arrays.
Oxford Nanopore’s approach reads longer stretches of DNA at once—and could more accurately spot structural variations linked to certain diseases.
An inexpensive, polymer-based device breaks a record, reaching 10.6 percent efficiency.
A startup says its test can distinguish between subtypes of lung cancer.
A nine-nanometer device shows that nanotubes could be a viable alternative to silicon as electronics get even tinier.
A memory-storage element made at IBM Research points to future computing systems built atom by atom.