Not resting on his laureate, new Nobel Prize winner Mario Capecchi is striving to answer that question.
The Electric Company taught me well. Punctuation certainly is a language unto itself.
A new conference discusses computing in and on the body.
Yahoo executives are ambushed with tough questions.
The architect of the nuclear bomb believed technology had an irresistible momentum.
Ponoko wants to give customers the tools to design and sell whatever they want.
Nanotubes can transport RNA into the human immune system’s white blood cells, making the cells less vulnerable to attack by the HIV virus.
Architecture had given way to software management. So he turned buildings into construction programs.
New software could help mental-health professionals assess patients and ensure that salespeople project a positive attitude.