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  • Toy Psychology

    Using virtual points and badges to shape our behavior may not be as effective as some have hoped.

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    Apps to track the health of individuals are most powerful when we use them collectively.

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    The Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear accidents were failures of culture as well as technology.

  • Fragile Steps

    The dreams of millions ride on trials for a treatment that could allow the paralyzed to walk.

  • Rare Talents

    Metals crucial to electronics are in short supply, and so are the skills needed to solve the problem.

  • Smarter Phones

    High-powered handsets offer few advantages for the developing world.

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