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MIT has undertaken campuswide construction projects that will alter the face of the Institute.
Dystopian visions of the future explore the power of virtual communities.
A new vaccine targeting malaria toxin could prevent one of the world’s deadliest diseases.
According to the author, oil pipelines with low tech-or no tech-surveillance technologies are another example of digital divide.
Hungry for eyeballs, museums go high tech-and face a rogue’s gallery of costs and costly mistakes.
Moving characters from books to films to video games can make them stronger and more compelling.
The United Nations inspectors will not find illegal weapons in Iraq-at least, not until after the war.
Can Quicken and Money fend off competition from Web-based money-management software? Don’t bank on it.
As the U.S. prepares to descend on Iraq, one question looms in the background: Is North Korea next?
Rat neuron cells on silicon are the brains behind a new robot-a breakthrough that may lead to better computer chips.