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From the Editor in Chief
Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft.
Implanted electrodes could aid paralyzed patients.
NASA’s fastest jet blew up in its maiden flight. Now, scientists say they know what happened and are ready to try again.
Software screens digital images for secret messages.
Bringing artificial bones to life.
New tools have computers seeing things.
New software tools may improve communication during catastrophic events.
“Deny-use” technology could prevent terrorism and jump-start the economy.
The color-blind Web: a techno-utopia, or a fantasy to assuage liberal guilt?
The cost of new technology is measured in time and frustration, not just dollars.
Tropicana tried to co-opt agricultural research it didn’t pay for–and the U.S. Patent Office played along.
Electricity from waste heat is just one of the potential uses.
A glove and mechanical assembly let you feel the unreal.