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Better living through smarter design
From the Editor In Chief
An exclusive peek inside the data machine built to beat the Human Genome Project.
What’s that, you ask? A new technology that’s opening vast realms of capacity in the fibers that carry phone and Internet traffic all over the world. None too soon, either.
Embryonic stem cells could someday work like micoscopic fountains of youth. Then again, what’s so great about immortality?
Why didn’t we see the problem coming? We didn’t think the old programs would last and we were too excited developing future applications. In other words, we blew it.
Forensic Science: A neural network helps hunt for serial killers