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Researchers are developing new methods for cultivating a plant called jatropha.
With new technology called near-field communications, you could use a cell phone to make purchases, or even download a movie trailer from a poster.
Subra Suresh is borrowing tools from physics to understand nanoscale changes in diseased cells.
Startup Baynote is automating tagging and other Web-based tools to make searching company websites more efficient.
Cell-phone blogging gets another boost.
Why are some people better adapted for making money in the financial markets? Sloan School’s Andrew W. Lo explains.
Intel is making computers specifically designed for users in poor countries. Will anyone want them?
Eric Dishman has an Rx for America’s health-care problems.
The recent acquisition of an online word processor by the search giant raises the question.
The world’s largest chip manufacturer is hiring, but the resumes it wants might surprise you.