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For the first time, scientists can track the precise genetic changes behind an individual case of cancer. Such information provides a picture of how tumor cells originate and evolve. And it could change the way we treat the disease.
Ten years after scientists finished mapping our DNA, they have many unanswered questions.
Software is allowing architects to design buildings in radically new ways.
If you think the future of television is uncertain now, look at the issues the medium faced before it took off.
Facebook still has lots of room to grow.
A new wave of plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles will have to overcome a familiar nemesis: battery costs.
Online crowd-funding, supported by social technologies, provides a new business model for book publishing.
The online world of Second Life seemed like the next big thing, only to be largely written off. Neither hypers nor detractors understood it.
On the 10th anniversary of the Human Genome Project, we ask: where are the therapies?
University of California researchers are making sheets of speedy, low-power transistor arrays for sensors that match human skin’s sensitivity.