President Bush wants to give NASA a second life. Good.
Neuroengineering at MIT’s Emerging Technologies Conference.
An economist argues that raising taxes on gasoline could have an unexpected benefit: a less obese population.
An organic molecule moves in a straight line and can pick up and transport up to two carbon dioxides from one point to another.
A device that detects electrical signals could be used for chemical monitoring.
Using tiny bubbles to perform logical operations could lead to smart lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery and chemical and biological analyses.
Get ready for optical switching in the telecommunications network backbone, then an all-optical Internet, and finally optical integrated circuits. The amount of data we can get almost anywhere will skyrocket.