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In Japan, a cartoon inspired a generation of engineers to make machines that look-and act-human.
A reservoir for computing innovation, LCS has provided a haven for startups-and a place for researcher/entrepreneurs to regroup and begin again.
There’s a ways to go yet, but the artificial retina is poised to move out of academic labs and into corporate R&D.
To his followers, K. Eric Drexler is the prophet of nanotechnology. Will he be left behind by the rapidly developing reality of nanoscience?
Shrinking computer chips have propelled the information revolution. But chip makers are approaching unknown territory.
Researchers are building devices one molecule at a time. TR sorts the possible form the preposterous.
In the Alice-in-Wonderland world of the Web, things keep getting curiouser and curiouser. Before you drink that “Drink Me” hear two Berkeley economists
An exclusive peek inside the data machine built to beat the Human Genome Project.
What’s that, you ask? A new technology that’s opening vast realms of capacity in the fibers that carry phone and Internet traffic all over the world. None too soon, either.
High-resolution satellite images are about to flood the marketplace. They could be good for business, but what will they do for terrorists?