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Melvin Cohn uses computers to clarify one of biology’s most confusing fields.
Ned Seeman’s twist on manufacturing
Reactrix Systems changes advertising.
PacketHop’s technology on the go
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The courts and legislatures should preserve copyright – but carefully.
Nongovernmental organizations can meet a need in the vaccines market.
It’s time to pick nanotech winners.
Clearwire, Nanomix, and more
From the world of information technology, here are the latest publications, experiments, and breakthroughs, and what they mean.
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From the world of nanotechnology, here are the latest publications, experiments, and breakthroughs, and what they mean.
Technology finance has turned rational – so I’m outta here.
The latest medical-imaging advances provide unprecedented diagnostic power – and they’re visually stunning.
Funding for R&D doubled in 2004.
Pharma feels great – for now, anyway.
How new tools to detect plagiarism could induce mass writer’s block
Digital mapping is an invaluable tool–but it’s partly rooted in Cold War schemes for mutual annihilation.
Can technology raise society’s IQ?
The founder of cybernetics is largely forgotten. That’s a pity.
To track its millions of packages, UPS is going to a wireless scanning system.
Raytheon’s troubled Patriot missile
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