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    After its rocky – and sometimes dangerous – launch in 2002, Parisians have made long strides in developing a high-speed moving walkway.

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    Andrew Heafitz, an MIT instructor, is working to improve the field of humanitarian demining.

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    To grow viable organs in the lab, biologists are going beyond the genetics of development to study the physics and mechanics of cells in the early embryo.

  • Instant-On Computing

    Chips based on magnetic nanoparticles could lead to low-power, programmable logic.

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