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  • Wires of Wonder

    Nobelist Smalley explains how “carbon nanotubes” will affect everything, from living cells to electrical transmission.

  • An End to Alzheimer's?

    Isolation of key genes at the heart of Alzheimer’s disease has set off a frenzied race to find a drug to stop this cruel affliction in its tracks.

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  • The Five-Minute Pilot

    When an aviation expert boasted that new gear makes it possible for any 12-year-old to fly a plane, TR couldn’t resist the challenge. Our correspondent put his own son at the controls.

  • Flying Made Easy

    New digital technologies designed to ensure safer and more user-friendly flying could turn us into a nation of pilots. It’s not the Jetsons, but you’ll be able to fly yourself to a community “smartport” in an idiotproof miniplane.

  • Medicine Gets Personal

    Drug designers will soon be able to tailor medications to the patient’s unique genetic makeup, doing more good and less harm.

  • Customers as Innovators

    Michael Schrage reviews A Nation Transformed by Information edited by Alfred D. Chandler Jr. and James W. Cortada and Systems, Experts and Computers edited by Agatha C. Hughes and Thomas P. Hughes

  • What New Economy?

    “I resist the idea that there is a new economy-something that is separate and distinct from some other economy.”

  • Ten Passed Technologies

    New isn’t necessarily better. The attic of discarded technologies contains objects whose simplicity and elegance have never been replaced.


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