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From the Editor
Insights and opinions from our readers.
Straight from the lab: technology’s first draft.
Promising new antibiotics, antidotes, and vaccines emerge.
First “underwater windmill” hitting the grid.
Adding blood vessels to engineered skin could help heal burns.
New software would let you shop online without disclosing your identity.
Ten-centimeter GPS resolution is quite close to being here.
Software generates music from scratch.
A pioneering female researcher journeys from the factory to the laboratory.
Are today’s computer viruses tests of information warfare weapons?
Innovative processes, not just products, are targets for activists.
An inventor’s philanthropic mission is a lesson to companies that squander resources on patent lawsuits.
Intellectual-property expert Pamela Samuelson on fighting file sharing.
How a smart bandage works.