The Future of TV
Coming soon to the small screen: technology that will enable you to watch anything you want, anytime, anyplace. All that´s needed is a magic box.
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With research on embryonic stem cells mired in controversy, adult stem cells are quietly providing the basis for striking advances toward new therapies.
The Web is huge but not very smart. Computer scientists are beginning to build a “Semantic Web” that understands the meanings that underlie the tangle of information.
Breaking into networks is more than a joyride-it´s the coming mission of criminals, industrial spies and terrorists. Can new security techniques stop them?
Tired of short-lived batteries? Methanol-powered micro fuel cells are racing toward market, promising up to 20 hours of cell-phone talk time.
DuPont´s energetic chairman is reinventing the nearly 200-year-old chemical company, shifting its emphasis to biology-based materials and electronic displays.
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September 23-25, 2014