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The public has an unprecedented interest in an otherwise obscure medical technology. But is it getting an accurate message?
Researchers have harnessed the light harvesting molecules of spinach and bacteria to make solar cells that could one day be sprayed on many surfaces.
A just-inked partnership gives airline passengers secure access to their corporate networksand opens possibilities for a broadband pipe to the cockpit.
Currently provost at Yale, Hockfield will be the first woman and the first biologist to head the Institute.
The FCC says a spectrum swap will ease the airwave static that Nextel’s cell-phone traffic is causing. Others say Nextel should fix the problem. Who’s right?
Researchers look to the sharks primitive immune system for better diagnostics and drugs.
Short-range wireless “ZigBee” networks are ready to unwire your house.
New software could make Matrix-like visual effects so common they induce yawns, not gasps.
There is a lot more we don’t know now about mass extinctions