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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.
Germany has decided to pursue ambitious greenhouse-gas reductions—while closing down its nuclear plants. Can a heavily industrialized country power its economy with wind turbines and solar panels?
The inside (sort of) story of why Apple’s industrial-design machine has been so successful.
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.
Imagine computers orders of magnitude more powerful and far cheaper than today’s machines. That’s one promise of a field that uses individual molecules as microscopic switches.
New outliners and authoring tools are machines for new thoughts.
A juggling unicyclist transformed “information” from a vague idea into a precise concept that underlies the digital revolution.
A 1985 essay saw hope—and immense challenges—for systems that might allow paralyzed people to walk again.
Aubrey de Grey thinks he knows how to defeat aging. He’s brilliant, but is he nuts?
Google’s ambitious book-scanning program is foundering in the courts. Now a Harvard-led group is launching its own sweeping effort to put our literary heritage online. Will the Ivy League succeed where Silicon Valley failed?