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Ed Moses, director of the National Ignition Facility, explains how the facility works and how it could lead to fusion power.
Bruno Van Wonterghem, NIF’s operations manager, shows off areas of the laser fusion facility that will be off-limits to the public.
In an interview with David Talbot, Technology Review’s chief correspondent,
Stephen Wolfram describes what motivated him to launch Wolfram Alpha, how the “knowledge engine” works, and where it’s headed.
Jack Vice, president and CTO of AnthroTronix, uses the AcceleGlove to control a robotic arm.
Social-networking sites are fighting over control of users’ personal information.
Google and Microsoft are offering rival programs that let people manage their own health information.
The bioengineer at Stanford University who cofounded HeliScope Biosciences talks about the company’s novel machine for sequencing and its implications.
Do new controllers that purport to interpret brain activity really work?
A look at how HeliScope Biosciences sequences a single molecule of DNA.
A neurosurgeon explains how she manages to cope with the newest technologies for brain surgery.