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From the editor in chief
Internet: Tele-immersion makes virtual conferencing more real
Nanotechnology: Conducting DNA could mean improved biosensors
Photovoltaics: Transparent solar cells could find killer app in consumer goods
Biotechnology: Gene screens determine transplant treatment
The Leap: A Memoir of Love and Madness in the Internet Gold Rush
The Global Me: New Cosmopolitans and the Competitive Edge: Picking Globalism’s Winners and Losers
Thomas Kuhn: A Philosophical History for Our Times
Robo Sapiens: Evolution of a New Species
A soccer-ball-shaped molecule kicked off a nanotech revolution.
Should we stop computer science research to prevent the evolution of intelligent machines that might someday surpass humanity? Absolutely not.
Scientists have declared the human genome completely decoded. But a look back at the beginnings of their quest reveals how far we still have to go.
From e-tail taxes to limits on MP3, government regulation of information technologies is not only justified-it’s necessary.
Video games shape our culture. It’s time we took them seriously.
Artists and engineers make subversive allies.