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A shortage of human eggs is likely to be the biggest barrier for U.S. scientists who want to create cloned stem cells.
The world’s largest chip manufacturer is hiring, but the resumes it wants might surprise you.
The software behemoth plans to sell computer security software. Is this a good thing?
“Superclusters” of supercomputers are getting too hot. SGI’s Eng Lim Goh wants to solve that problem.
A new type of ultracapacitor could eventually have you throwing out your conventional batteries.
Stanford neuroscientist Bill Newsome wants to implant an electrode in his brain to better understand human consciousness.
Monitoring complex new nanotech materials may be too much for the agency to handle.
A new nonpartisan report says existing regulations won’t protect consumers and calls for nanotechnology legislation.
Richard Denison of Environmental Defense says strict new nanotech laws may not be feasible.
Metatagging and social networks – ideas that originated in personal online media – may save the U.S. Patent Office.