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Lab experiments suggest that future fusion reactors could use helium-3 gathered from the moon.
Computers outperform humans at recognizing faces in recent tests.
Nuclear proliferation in the 21st century should force the United States to reconsider whether the principle of deterrence actually promotes stability and peace.
In the face of climate change, a founding father of the greens argues, the movement must embrace whatever works–even if that happens to be nuclear power, mass urbanization, or genetic modification.
A novel optical device could ultimately be used to treat neurological disease.
A breakthrough explores the challenges–and suggests the financial possibilities–of creating quantum networks.
To a few human experts, our faces are open books. Now computer technology automates those abilities.
The new field known as archeogenetics is illuminating prehistory.
The science fiction of Algis Budrys showed literary artistry.
Austan Goolsbee is a new breed of economic advisor for a new kind of presidential candidate.