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  • Seeking Attention

    Measuring exactly who’s looking at what and for how long, some experts say, is the Web’s new gold.


  • Google's Time Keeper

    Managing appointments is a snap with new online tools such as Google Calendar. What does it mean for Microsoft?

  • Cheaper Malaria Drugs

    Synthetically engineered microorganisms could provide a much cheaper way to manufacture drugs.

  • Making Quantum Practical

    Researchers have succeeded in combining quantum signals with classical optical signals in a conventional fiber-optic line.

  • Single-Shot Chemo

    Nanospheres that target cancer cells and gradually release drugs could make treatment safer and more effective.


  • Genomics Into Drugs

    Kari Stefansson, founder and CEO of deCode Genetics, explains why gene hunting provides tailor-made drug targets.

  • Web 2.0's Startup Fever

    Software toolkits and cheap hardware have led to the comeback of the garage startup. But this time the boom is more rational.


  • "Nano" Safety Recall

    A product touted as “nano” has hospitalized six German consumers, prompting more warnings over the dangers of nanomaterials.


  • Gene Hunting in Canada

    Genizon is using the genetic homogeneity of French Canadians to find new drug targets – and redefine human disease.


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