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We received an energetic response to our December story on nuclear waste.
A crisis in Nigeria highlights the tangled politics of vaccination.
W. Kent Fuchs bridges spirituality and technology.
Rojo Networks ensures we’re all on the same page.
From engineered viruses, novel materials.
Artificial intelligence, real justice?
The once insular superpower is enlisting the help of allies.
Short items of interest.
Each readme is an executive summary of a fatter story in the magazine, stripped to its logical bones. Each concludes with a call to action.
New Zealand is providing an example of effective regulation.
Web hosting companies must start to behave more responsibly.
Vendors must market a viable vision for this technology.
An algorithm sniffs out digital alterations.
Infections train the immune system to destroy cancerous cells.
Better insulation helps plastic circuits flex toward the market.
Lester Shubin and Nicholas Montanarelli turned Kevlar into lifesaving armor.
Anil Jain at Michigan State University seeks to improve security by integrating various types of biometrics.
The intelligence reform bill evaded real reform.
The history of an Information Age metaphor.
One of Britain’s leading philosophers is skeptical that neurobiology can tell us anything about self-consciousness.
There are good signs that worldwide oil production is declining. Best hold on tight.
The telecommunications manufacturer was a Potemkin village.
The island nation may have found a way to calm both sides in the debate over genetically modified organisms.
The old mantra for PC chip makers – faster is better – is breaking down. Can platformization take its place?
Indian outsourcing giants like Infosys are spawning innovators like Ittiam.