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The biggest physics experiment ever, CERN’s new particle accelerator, goes live this summer.
See the inner workings of the Livescribe Pulse, a computerized pen that gives handwritten notes audio support.
A new lithium-ion battery from A123 Systems could help electric cars and hybrids come to dominate the roads.
Thousands of U.S. soldiers have survived powerful explosions in Iraq. Many are returning home with brain injuries that could result in long-term disabilities.
An ingenious method for making new organs could one day revolutionize medical transplants.
The philanthropic effort dubbed the $100 Laptop has not met its grand initial goals. But its first deployment, in Peru, may turn skeptics into believers.
On the natural philosophy of elementary particles.
Daron Acemoglu, a professor of applied economics at MIT, discusses whether the federal stimulus bill, which includes tens of billions for energy and information technology, can save the economy.
The U.S. stimulus bill includes $100 billion to support energy and information technologies, but economists are skeptical it will create jobs and ensure long-term economic growth.
This patch of beating heart cells is been positioned over an array of nanowire transistors, one of which is visible at center. The nanowires can make high-resolution recordings of electrical signals in biological cells.