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Super-sized strands of the double helix molecule could act as a diagnostics marker-and may eventually open the way to tailor-made genetic systems.
A set of practices called “corporate venturing” can rejuvenate big companies-transforming large, lumbering organizations into nimbler and more innovative beasts.
The next version of the Internet Protocol, IPv6, will supply the world with addresses by the trillions. Too bad it will also make the Net slower and less secure.
We’ve wired our classrooms. Now what? Media Literacy education is needed, kindergarten through college. The question is what kind.
Despite decades of experiments, big telecom companies are moving ever so sluggishly to extend fiber optics to individual residences.
An innovative desalination technique could go from the lab to the land next year–but skeptics abound.
PalmOne scores with the Treo 600: a powerful PDA that looks (and is marketed like) a cell phone. But software glitches mar its performance.
A controversy over 14th century climate shows the peril of letting politics shape the scientific debate.
Companies aiming to cut site development costs tend to de-emphasize usability. A new markup language-XHTML2-should help put an end to that unwise trend.
A prominent national voice on issues of R&D and education says he’ll retire from MIT’s top post.