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Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft
A “tangible interface” turns simulations into collaborations.
Surveillance was never so much fun.
New chemical-synthesis methods help researchers build more varied and complex drug candidates.
Boeing’s “electronic flight bag” brings more computation to the skies.
Isolating bits on a disk drive could shatter storage limits.
New drugs kill tumors from the inside out.
The army grows firms that may wire the battlefield.
A possible solution to the Yucca Mountain controversy.
Big e-mail providers snap their fingers, and the masses obey, like sheep. But there’s a way to reclaim control.
From coal mining to computer networks, sometimes the bathwater is worth more than the baby.
Despite its flaws, the system does protect inventors against big companies who might usurp their ideas.
Computers will really understand what you say when they know how you feel when you say it.
Take a tour through a magnetic random-access memory cell.