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Scientists have developed a light-triggered switch to control brain cells, which could aid in the development of therapies for epilepsy and other diseases–and shed light on the neural code.
The U.S. government’s passenger screening technologies would mistake the terrorist mastermind for the Sex Pistol. In fact, data broker ChoicePoint possesses better tracking systems.
Scientists have found a new way to detect signs of heart disease by looking inside blood vessels.
European researchers have built prototypes that combine plastic solar cells with ultrathin, flexible batteries. But don’t throw away your battery recharger just yet.
Tiny rubber bands can power microrobots that could serve as ultrasmall sensors.
A California biotech company is engineering microbes to produce cheap biofuels that could outcompete ethanol.
A new metal film could help control terahertz radiation and lead to wireless devices that are thousands of times faster than today’s Wi-Fi.
A new adaptive polymer coating combines unusual chemical properties to help maintain a clear view.