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  • Tiny Souped-Up Scope

    It’s the first hair-thin endoscope to image in 3-D, and researchers say it could provide a better picture of the more delicate parts of our bodies.

  • Shape-Shifting Rovers

    A new generation of robots will be able to take more risks exploring other worlds by changing their shape to suit the terrain.

  • Printing Fuel Cells

    A new printing process could cheaply make complex fuel-cell reformers, and other microscale devices.

  • Clog-busters

    A new recipe for artificial blood vessels may help solve a tough clogging problem.

  • A Database for Disease

    A genetic “roadmap” will help to find treatments for diseases, by looking at the signatures that drugs leave behind.

  • Databases That Learn

    A new generation of security software studies the way people normally access a database to identify hackers.


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