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  • Best in Biotech for 2005

    Stem cell quandaries, a map of human genetic variability, a lengthy debate on lifespan extension – this year in biotech was one to remember.

  • A Genetic Christmas Story

    Beyond a novel new way to track down your family history, home DNA tests may help unlock the history of humans.

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  • A New Media Year

    Columnist Eric Hellweg looks at the biggest stories of 2005 surrounding the convergence of media and technology.

  • The Next Internet

    A leading advocate of radical change in the Internet says research solutions will straddle the twin concepts of replace and revamp.

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  • Imaging the Unconscious

    Functional magnetic resonance imaging could bring psychoanalysis into the 21st century.

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  • Copyleft Hits a Snag

    Incompatibilities among “copyleft” licenses meant to promote the sharing of creative work could end up preventing it, says cyber-law expert Lawrence Lessig.

  • Can EPA Regulate Nano?

    Monitoring complex new nanotech materials may be too much for the agency to handle.

  • Quantum Hardware

    An innovative “ion trap” on a semiconductor chip could lay the foundation for mass production of quantum chips.

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