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This summer, as a meltdown in the subprime credit market spilled over into other markets, all eyes were on the mathematically trained financial engineers known as “quants.” Who are these guys?
Large-scale manufacturing techniques used to build LCDs could make solar power far more competitive.
A controversial biologist at Harvard claims he can extend life span and treat diseases of aging. He may be right.
GM plans to develop batteries with A123 Systems for its new electric vehicle.
Studying the club drug could bring about faster-acting and more-effective treatments.
New high-contrast displays could provide more-realistic images.
Apple could do a lot more with all the sensors in the iPhone.
Junior the autonomous car passes an initial round of tests in preparation for DARPA’s Urban Challenge, slated for later this year.
New music software could make online jams nearly as good as rehearsals in the same studio.
Residents of the virtual world Second Life rise up to protest technical troubles brought on by a burgeoning population.