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A new bandwidth-conserving technique transmits different parts of a digital image separately, at different resolutions.
A wire that radiates sound could bust blood clots and unblock coronary arteries.
A material based on a modified form of natural silk could replace torn knee ligaments.
Want to have doctors wrapped around your finger? A ring sensor monitors temperature, heart rate, and other vital signs.
New physics-based software renders virtual human skin more realistically than previous computer models.
New technologies aim to curb mobile-phone marketing onslaught.
Optical probe could give more reliable cervical cancer readings than the traditional pap smear.
After two dismal years, money is starting to flow for the next batch of startups.
Japanese electronics giant bets future on radical new chip
Singapore’s Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology is rapidly emerging as a world leader in nano-based biosensors and diagnostic devices.
Coming soon: an in-dash computer that can accept wireless downloads of songs from your home or office.
In synthesizing drugs for glaucoma and arthritis, chemist Percy Lavon Julian found inspiration amidst adversity.
Millennial Net shows how wireless sensors can enable better energy efficiency and inventory control.
An aging populace will look increasingly to technology to enhance its quality of life.
A server in your home allows easy storage, retrieval, and backup of your files-at very little cost.
Chinese manufacturers aren’t just copying products conceived in the West: they’re improving them.
Council on Competitiveness head Deborah Wince-Smith on the impact of high-tech “offshoring.”
NanoInk hopes to write itself into the future of nanotechnology with dip-pen lithography.