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  • Building a Biotech Business

    Famed for its computing research, SRI International has grown into a biomedical powerhouse as well. CEO Curt Carlson discusses the companys past, present, and future plans for biotech.

  • Saved by the Cell

    Emergency alerts of bad weather or terror attacks could be sent to cell phones of people in the affected areas

  • Peer-to-Peer Comes Clean

    They’re not just for file-sharing anymore: P2P networks are transmitting phone calls, blocking spam, backing up hard drives, and spreading scholarship.

  • Building a Nanomanipulator

    MIT’s Martin Culpepper shows how to build simple machines that move with nanometer precision.

  • The Tomorrow That Never Was

    Are we living at a moment when yesterdays ideas about the future are more attractive than our own?

  • Where Are They Now?

    The young innovators selected for the TR100 in years past have are making an impact.

  • TR 100 Nanotech

    Tools and materials from the nano world are making headway in electronics, sensors, medical devices, and diagnostics

  • TR 100: Computing

    Computing is all about creating better connectionswhether between tiny transistors or human beings


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