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Can an experimental technique using transplanted fetal cells help paralyzed patients? Probably not. But a doctor in China is forging ahead anyway.
A high-power circuit breaker could finally make DC power grids practical.
GE, the world’s largest manufacturer, is on the verge of using 3-D printing to make jet parts.
Part 1: How President Obama’s campaign used big data to rally individual voters.
Foundation Medicine is offering a test that helps oncologists choose drugs targeted to the genetic profile of a patient’s tumor cells. Has personalized cancer treatment finally arrived?
Cyber attacks are increasing exponentially. Here’s what recent episodes can teach us about thwarting cyber crime, espionage, and warfare.
Drugs can control HIV, but they exact a steep cost. Now, researchers are pursuing radical new ways to eliminate the infection entirely.
Oil-rich Abu Dhabi is building a green metropolis. Should the rest of the world care?
This summer, as a meltdown in the subprime credit market spilled over into other markets, all eyes were on the mathematically trained financial engineers known as “quants.” Who are these guys?
A controversial biologist at Harvard claims he can extend life span and treat diseases of aging. He may be right.