Searching for the Future of Television
Google and the geeks from Silicon Valley aim to revolutionize the 70-year-old TV industry. Conquering the Internet was easy in comparison.
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Ten years after scientists finished mapping our DNA, they have many unanswered questions.
For the first time, scientists can track the precise genetic changes behind an individual case of cancer. Such information provides a picture of how tumor cells originate and evolve. And it could change the way we treat the disease.
Evidence is growing that your DNA sequence does not determine your entire genetic fate. Joseph Nadeau is trying to find out what accounts for the rest.
A new wave of plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles will have to overcome a familiar nemesis: battery costs.
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September 23-25, 2014