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    Computer models could revolutionize drug development.

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    The first PC? Set the Wayback Machine to 1950.

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    Tired of sitting on the runway? In a radical experiment that may provide a glimpse into the future of air traffic control, UPS is testing a satellite-based data communications system that could unclog the skies.

  • IP's Bleak House

    Absurdly broad patents are channeling resources from innovation into lawyers’ pockets.

  • Beyond the Bar Code

    High-tech tags will let manufacturers track products from warehouse to home to recycling bin. But what’s great for logistics could become a privacy nightmare.

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  • Wires of Wonder

    Nobelist Smalley explains how “carbon nanotubes” will affect everything, from living cells to electrical transmission.


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