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German researchers have found that by using the right timing and electrical stimulation, they can improve a person’s ability to remember facts.
Banana-scented bacteria, engineered to order, are just one offering at this weekend’s International Genetically Engineered Machine competition.
The inventor of the Web is launching a new university program that aims to improve the online experience.
Publishers are tapping into a young audience by sending books to cell phones and flashing the text before users’ eyes–one word at a time.
Design effort could make fuel cells practical while pushing the state of the art in hybrid propulsion for all kinds of vehicles.
Supermarkets could soon turn to monitoring technology to make us buy more stuff.
A compound found in red wine keeps obese mice healthy and extends their life span.
Its history is marred by failures, false hopes, and even death, but for a number of the most horrendous human diseases, gene therapy still holds the promise of a cure. Now, for the first time, there is reason to believe that it is actually working.