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  • Powerful Batteries That Assemble Themselves

    MIT researchers are developing low-cost manufacturing methods based on the rapid reproduction of viruses. Angela Belcher, a panelist at the Emerging Technology Conference, explains.


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    This new “atlas” reveals the expression pattern in the brain of every gene in the mouse genome.

  • Dismantling Dioxins

    A new method for chemically treating dioxins and PCBs could help to destroy the toxic pollutants.

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  • Annotating the Earth

    Move over, Rand McNally: Google Earth is becoming the standard tool for organizing geographical information.


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    A new type of optical switch could help aerospace engineers replace heavy copper wires with fiber, making planes lighter.



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