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  • A Musical Score for Disease

    Gil Alterovitz, a research fellow at Harvard Medical School, translated populations of genes into musical notes. Each constellation (green) represents a key network of interrelated genes (blue). Each network is represented by a musical note. In healthy cells, the notes form music in harmony, indicating a healthy state. In cancer cells, the soundtrack veers out of harmony, signaling a transition from a healthy to a diseased state.

  • Moore's Law

    The computer chip has evolved from a simple integrated circuit to a microprocessor with millions of transistors.


  • More Life, Less Death

    The United Nations has raised its projections for the world’s population in 2050 to nearly 10 billion. While women are having fewer children, death rates are also dropping because of better health care and medical technologies.

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  • Inside Amazon

    At a new fulfillment center in New Jersey, humans and robots work together in a highly efficient system.



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