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Comparing genomes of different animals allows scientists to decipher hidden elements in the human genome.
XML can supercharge research.
A physicist becomes an entrepreneur – and combines her interests in biosensors, biomedicine, and nanotechnology.
Gadgets aren’t made hackable enough to encourage young people to become innovators in computing.
We need to develop the deployment of advanced materials.
The Internet amplified but did not create the bravery that freed Libya.
Great technology companies often begin when ambitious people create change they want to see.
It’s a good thing for innovation that the age of monolithic corporate labs is over.
Analyzing what people do online provides a way to peer into society’s collective mind.
Using virtual points and badges to shape our behavior may not be as effective as some have hoped.