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Aubrey de Grey thinks he knows how to defeat aging. He’s brilliant, but is he nuts?
President Bush wants to give NASA a second life. Good.
Why getting more gadgets won’t necessarily increase our well-being.
Technology’s gift of mindlessness and painlessness.
Can an experimental technique using transplanted fetal cells help paralyzed patients? Probably not. But a doctor in China is forging ahead anyway.
For Japan’s Mitsuo Kawato, robotics explains how the human brain works.
The search firm wants to organize all digital information. That means war with Microsoft.
Jason Epstein was a publisher for more than 40 years. Now in retirement, he wants to replace Gutenberg with a digital press.
Storing nuclear waste underground at Yucca Mountain for 100,000 years is a terrible idea. A better approach may be to buy some time–until new containment technologies mature.
Technology Review’s annual look at corporate research trends and numbers including the R&D spending of 150 top technology companies, plus profiles of three hot research projects.