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    Dealers of Lightning: Xerox and the Dawn of the Computer Age & Art and Innovation: The Xerox PARC Artist-in-Residence Program

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    Genetic engineering will be essential to feed the world’s billions. But could it unleash a race of “superweeds”? No one seems to know. And nobody’s in charge of finding out.

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    Public rejection of “cloned” beef may seem like a knee-jerk reaction to a loaded work. But biotech has a problem that isn’t going away.

  • A Nose for Business

    What’s the difference between Chanel No. 5 and Chanel No. 19? Ask Cyranose 2000, an artificial proboscis that’s sniffing out the market.

  • Brain Implants

    We may undergo plastic surgery for silly reasons, but anyone who has a brain would think twice before tampering with the body’s physical core.

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