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The time is now for developing biology into a full-fledged engineering field.
The two processes for building complex systems are fundamentally different.
A consistent strategy is the key to a successful nuclear future.
Richard Schrock describes why finding an elusive catalyst could have a surprising impact on energy consumption.
Grid computing is becoming an affordable utility for everyone.
Cellular reprogramming could make moot the ethical debate surrounding stem cells.
XML can supercharge research.
Higher-efficiency lighting would save lots of energy – and organic light-emitting devices are one promising solution.
To predict the effects of bioweapons, we need more data.
Two MIT scientists are designing clothes for soldiers that can “see” colors and “feel” heat and cold.