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A new device that a doctor holds right over a mole uses laser light to determine if it’s melanoma.
A 19th-century idea might lead to cleaner cars, larger-scale renewable energy.
Big data mining allows cities to be ranked according to their “attractiveness,” say researchers developing a new science of cities.
Magnetic-field energy storage could have unique advantages, but scaling up will be a challenge.
Plastic RFID tags will be the first product to use printed nanotube transistors.
“Tunable” windows would let people adjust light and heat levels, but so far it’s been hard to make them affordable.
Doctors rescue boys by propping open their airways using stents made via 3-D printing.