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  • Genomic War on Cancer

    Two national institutes have announced a three-year, $100 million project to understand the genetic changes behind cancer.

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  • Heading Off Heart Attacks

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    A new way to create high-quality silicon components on plastic could make flexible computing practical.

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  • E-Mail You Can't Ignore

    A new program from Microsoft learns who’s important in your life and puts their messages at the top of your inbox.

  • A Ball that Won't Deflate

    Spalding has teamed up with a pair of ex-DuPont materials experts to create a basketball that keeps its bounce.

  • Storage for a Song

    Two new online storage services may bring holiday cheer – and a lot of songs – to music lovers.

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