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Mapping how our neural circuits change under the influence of anesthesia could shed light on one of neuroscience’s most perplexing riddles: consciousness.
One columnist wondered whether democracy was nimble enough to compete with tyranny.
Touch screens that work through fabric
Mice lacking a specific piece of DNA show symptoms like those in humans
Artificial muscles could power tiny actuators and microfluidic mixers
Conductive binders could make high-capacity battery electrodes practical
Chinese manufacturers have dominated the international market for conventional solar panels by building bigger factories faster. Now they will need to innovate to maintain their lead.
With 3-D printing, manufacturers can make existing products more efficiently—and create ones that weren’t possible before.
Manufacturing in the United States is in trouble. That’s bad news not just for the country’s economy but for the future of innovation.
Nokia helped invent the cell-phone business, but those days of technology glory are long gone. Its new CTO has the job of creating the technologies and designs that will help the Finnish company regain its status as an innovation leader.