Does Google’s plan to digitize millions of print books spell the death of libraries; or their rebirth?
New features on the famous website’s front page emphasize user-contributed content and sophisticated interactivity.
Spurred by competitor AMD’s rapid success, Intel is shifting its strategy toward more power-efficient microprocessors.
The death of Richard Smalley is deeply mourned by anyone who follows nanotechnology.
How “net neutrality” might change if phone and cable companies are allowed to create “fast lanes” for big customers.
Nobel Prize winner David Baltimore explains why building smallpox from scratch is a key safety concern in synthetic biology.
Fuel cells won’t significantly dent fuel consumption for 50 years – we need to look elsewhere.