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From the editor in chief
Biotechnology: Firm set to mine Framingham Heart Study.
Telecommunications: Local optical networks skip the fibers.
Legislation: Federal law aims to protect personal information.
Biomedicine: Scarcity of stem cells blocks biomedical progress
Geeks: How Two Lost Boys Rode the Internet Out of Idaho
From Alchemy to IPO: The Business of Biotechnology
Minds, Machines, and the Multiverse: The Quest for the Quantum Computer
The Social Life of Information
Herbert Boyer and Stanley Cohen started a revolution.
Wanted: a new breed of dot coms to provide the “total translation” that will transform the Internet into a truly international medium.
Genomics will make possible the kind of customization that undermines the drug industry’s blockbuster mentality. But can Big Pharma kick the habit?
Life sciences companies say agricultural biotechnology will feed the world. So why are they standing in the way?
Innovators beware: If you want to make big bucks from technology, history teaches that it’s usually better to be a follower than a leader.
“Survival of the hittest” leaves a precious record crumbling
Are toy makers finally getting the message?