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If Rolltronics Corporation has its way, building integrated circuits will be as simple as printing a newspaper.
Harvard’s new genomics research center brings together a rather unconventional biology team.
New electronic toll tags will speed freight truck inspections. But the industry cries “Big Brother.”
Look out, PCs. MIT’s ubiquitous computing effort is taking technology out of the box.
A proposed rapid transit system would levitate commuters to work in their own cars, gliding above the freeway.
Medical technology may help NASA get under Mars’s skin.
Microsoft’s video clipping service aims to ease your information overload.
Simulation teams unravel the mysteries of the mesoscale.
Creating super-people may not be such a bad idea, claims a prominent bioethicist.
While wind farmers around the world score points in generating juice, the U.S. slowly signs on.