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Specially engineered cells arrange themselves into three-dimensional microtissues.
The chemical reactors allow experiments to be performed using just thousands of molecules.
A student project sorts tweets by sentiment and puts them on a radio.
New technologies will make online search more intelligent–and may even lead to a “Web 3.0.”
How it influences the imaginations of technologists.
The latest photo-management programs from Apple and Google include revolutionary face-spotting technology.
Why technologists are so confident.
Nick McKeown believes that remotely controlling network hardware with software can bring the Internet up to speed.
A traveling-wave reactor could use widely available depleted uranium and operate for 60 years without refueling.
BioNanomatrix cofounder Han Cao explains how his company’s nanofluidic chip could dramatically decrease the cost of genome sequencing.