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  • Displays Flex Some Muscle

    Advances in materials could breathe new life into the market for flexible display screens.

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  • By the People

    The latest release of the open-source Firefox browser includes many features requested, and even designed, by users.


  • Better Biotech Plants

    Metabolomics may help scientists to engineer sophisticated plant factories.

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  • Cheap Chemical Sensors

    Electronic “noses” made from printed electronics could detect toxic chemicals inexpensively.


  • Debating Immortality - 2

    Biologist Aubrey de Grey still believes humans could live indefinitely – or at least that it’s worth discussing.


  • It's a Mod, Mod World

    Forget plain old podcasting. Modcasting lets listeners assemble customized podcasts, turning them into armchair producers.

  • Storage Grows in a Flash

    The four-gigabyte Flash storage card in Apple’s iPod nano was obsolete before it hit store shelves.


  • Next-Generation Networks

    Today’s Internet is like “second-class mail,” but solutions exist, says Doug Van Houweling, CEO of Internet2.


  • Debating Immortality

    Aubrey de Grey believes we can live forever. Gerontologist Richard Miller at the University of Michigan begs to differ.



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