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Meltdown of Toshiba’s Nuclear Business Dooms New Construction in the U.S.

The collapse of the Tokyo company’s nuclear development arm puts a likely end to new U.S. plants.

Rewriting Life

Companies Plan Tests of “Optogenetic Goggles” to Restore Sight

The visor-like devices need to be combined with gene therapy to work.

Rewriting Life

U.S. Panel Endorses Designer Babies to Avoid Serious Disease

Genetically modified children could be acceptable in narrow circumstances, according to National Academy of Sciences.

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March 27-28, 2017

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The Thinking Behind the 10 Breakthrough Technologies

Here’s what we look for, and what we hope to avoid.

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Rewriting Life

Reprogramming our bodies to make us healthier.

View from the Marketplace

Emerging Trend Analysis: What is Digital Performance Management?

Organizations serious about gaining—and maintaining—competitive advantage must optimize their digital customer experience. This introduction to DPM explains how this emerging approach can provide serious business value.

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Enabling the Digital Revolution: SDN and Beyond

The promise of software-defined networking and solutions for its wider adoption were explored in depth at VMware’s inaugural future:net event.

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Alibaba Targets the Global Market with Apsara Aliware Platform

The Chinese technology giant has launched a multipurpose platform-as-a-service technology built for scale and reliability—and capable of responding rapidly to changing market and business demands.

Sustainable Energy

Can we sustainably provide food, water, and energy to a growing population during a climate crisis?