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From the editor in chief
Hardware: Researchers pursue a cheaper way of designing and fabricating computer chips.
Internet: A new language changes Web surfing.
Software: New devices could protect Web sites from a common threat.
Biotech: Computing plus biology equals big money.
Wilson Greatbatch’s mistake sparked the medical-electronics industry.
Wireless communication could be made secure. But industry dropped the ball on encryption.
Planting networked sensors in the wilderness will help us understand ecosystems we want to protect.
Newspapers once articulated regional differences. In the Internet age, other affinities trump geography.
Monsanto wants to monopolize basic methods in agricultural biotech. A badly misguided patent office stands ready to help.
New diagnostic devices could save an ER visit.
How can the same system produce scientific elites and illiterates?
How zinc-air batteries work.