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From the editor in chief
Biotech: Microelectronic and communications firms turn to life sciences.
Fiber Optics: Holography takes optical switching to nanosecond speeds.
Agriculture: Proponents of genetically modified forests could seek the regulatory green light in four years.
The first PC? Set the Wayback Machine to 1950.
A new chip helps connect coffeepots and other dumb appliances to the Net. But are we ready?
Sensors that monitor vital signs will turn our “sick-care” system into one that preserves wellness.
New filmmaking technologies and Web-based distribution of movies could turn today’s teenagers into a generation of auteurs.
Absurdly broad patents are channeling resources from innovation into lawyers’ pockets.
Computer models could revolutionize drug development.
How digital movie projectors work.