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Replacing silicon with organic molecules could mean tiny supercomputers.
Tissue engineering promises to repair and even replace damaged body parts.
New Raman amplifiers are key to building an all-optical Internet.
Vaccines you eat will make immunization less painful and more accessible worldwide.
The future of big computing may lie in distributing the work.
Carbon nanotube transistors may promise nanoelectronic marvels.
WebMap lets you zoom around a topographic map of the Web to find the page you need.
MIT’s “personal router” project promises you true freedom of wireless choice.
If the old model for innovation is dead, what comes next?