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From the Editior in Chief
New method promises faster reading of DNA
“Always on” service redies for home markets
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The World According to Peter Drucker
The Cambridge Quintet: A Work of Scientific Speculation
Sense & Respond: Capturing Value in the Network Era
Lessons from Innovations Past
Forget the multimedia distractions. Computer developers should strive for simplicity, eas of use, and machines that are “people-aware.”
Highly touted “gene chips” are entering clinical use but not as biological crystal balls. Their more mundane role: assessing the stage of a tumor.
Slicing billions of dollars from corporate laboratories hasn’t hurt U.S. competitiveness. One reason: companies hire professors to do R&D moonlighting.
By emphasizing challenges to conventional wisdom, the popular press distorts how science really works.
MIT’s Best and Brightest