Immobots Take Control
From photocopiers to space probes, machines injected with robotic self-awareness are reliable problem solvers.
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RNA-based drugs offer hope for treating cancer, AIDS, and other diseases.
Which of the competing electronic-payment devices will we choose?
Research that breaks the mold.
Microsoft Research’s theoretical mathematics program breaks into a strategy to make quantum computing work.
General Motors’ Hydronomy program research links fuel cell cars to the electric grid by 2010.
Hitachi Advanced Research Labs’ brain science applications program research improves education through brain imaging.
General Electric’s nanotechnology program’s research toughens ceramics based on the microstructure of seashells.
Boston University´s James Collins uses background noise to steady the step of the elderly.
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September 23-25, 2014