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Letters from our readers.
A brain monitor could vastly improve image analysts’ efficiency.
Improved protein detection is key.
General Electric has a solution to the eyesore problem.
Designing an online home or environment is getting easier.
Making brain implants safer, cheaper.
A new tool for disaster alert.
How to lasso wayward asteroids.
The European Union handed out more allowances than it should have.
Rapport’s Kilocore chip makes quick work of video processing.
This new technique for producing aluminum foam with uniform cells could make thinner impact-absorbing products.
The latest video game for training U.S. soldiers emphasizes social skills over combat – and even has a built-in editing function.
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in information technology – and what they mean.
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in nanotechnology – and what they mean.
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in biotechnology – and what they mean.
28 Years Ago in TR: “Massive ocean thermal energy conversion plants may be turning this heat to usable electricity by 1985.” – William F. Whitmore
A sun-drenched look at how this agricultural giant has become a global leader in biofuels.
A review of an external drive that can hold one trillion bytes of data – and how it might change the way we deal with our personal information.
Cyberfiction’s founder returns with a preview of our virtual future.
A consistent strategy is the key to a successful nuclear future.
The two processes for building complex systems are fundamentally different.
The time is now for developing biology into a full-fledged engineering field.
A pioneer of quantum computing believes the universe is a quantum computer.
TR takes a look inside the company’s Mindstorms Robotic Invention System, a simple but versatile robotics platform for hobbyists and educators.
Subra Suresh is borrowing tools from physics to understand nanoscale changes in diseased cells.