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We round up this week’s most intriguing items from around the Web.
So what exactly is the point of a human-powered submarine?
MP3’s creators ready a better-sounding version of the ubiquitous online music format and finally reveal their licensing scheme for streaming MP3.
Data hidden in the flicker of fluorescent bulbs may help the disabled lead independent lives.
If you want fast access from home, your only hopes are cable-modem and DSL services. Or are they?
Cells do all the work in a novel biochip that might shorten the path to safer drugs.
A 3-D medical imaging system helps surgeons perform less invasive, safer operations.
Carbon buckyballs create a surprisingly regular array of nanotubes-just what’s wanted for industrial applications.