Philanthropy’s New Prototype
Can Nicholas Negroponte, the Andrew Carnegie of the information age, get governments to buy cheap laptops?
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Despite past failures, gene therapy still holds the promise of cures for some of the most horrendous human diseases.
Daniel Morse has found an unusual inspiration for cheaper, more efficient solar cells: sea sponges.
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September 23-25, 2014