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Features Archive

  • Tech's Libris

    Sony’s e-book reading device is the most ingenious to date. It may fail anyway.

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  • Uninspiring Vista

    How Microsoft’s long-awaited operating system disappointed a stubborn fan.


  • Raising Consciousness

    Some seemingly unconscious patients have startlingly complex brain activity. What does that mean about their potential for recovery? And what can it tell us about the nature of consciousness?

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  • The Glimmering Promise of Gene Therapy

    Its history is marred by failures, false hopes, and even death, but for a number of the most horrendous human diseases, gene therapy still holds the promise of a cure. Now, for the first time, there is reason to believe that it is actually working.

  • Philanthropy's New Prototype

    The cofounder of MIT’s Media Lab, Nicholas Negroponte, wants to make $100 laptops available to poor children throughout the world. The next few months will be critical in determining whether the One Laptop per Child project succeeds.

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  • Silicon and Sun

    In his lab facing the Pacific Ocean, Daniel Morse is learning new ways to build complex semiconductor devices for cheaper, more efficient solar cells. He has an unlikely teacher: sea sponges.



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