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Two NASA probes will chase each other in orbit around the moon to map its gravity.
Tablet computers are sweeping into medicine and bringing data to the patient bedside.
Researchers at UCLA demonstrate their fully stretchable OLED. They achieved the feat by sandwiching a carbon nanotube-polymer blend on either side of a light-emitting plastic.
Pierre Magistretti of the Brain Mind Institute at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne explains how holographic microscopy works.
How Cellular Dynamics International is commercializing the new technology of induced pluripotent stem cells.
Biologist James Thompson and others discuss the discovery of IPS cells: the science and the potential for research and personalized medicine.
Technology Review features the TR35, 35 innovators under the age of 35, in its September/October 2011 issue.
Cisco’s chief futurist predicts digital avatar assistants—and more.
CDI scientists explain how they made David Ewing Duncan’s beating heart cells in a petri dish and why it’s a significant feat.
Systems that print mechanical components with metal powder could be used to build lighter, more efficient airplanes.