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Letters from our readers.
A mix of “bar-coded” particles could detect multiple compounds at once.
Filters will bring out faint infrared radiation from the early universe.
Will urchins survive global warming?
A cheap disposable device advances.
Graphene device makes for a stable single-electron transistor.
Nano coating for efficient LEDs.
Text-message system uses photos.
Program makes the virtual desktop like a paper-strewn office.
MIT report suggests locations to sequester carbon dioxide.
Toward cheaper thermoelectrics.
Famous industrial designers talk about iconic pieces of technology.
Technology that alters human nature will upset our inherited moral categories, argues one of Britain’s most esteemed philosophers. In a posthuman future, he asks, how will our children and grandchildren know right from wrong?
A look back at the original motherboard: Steve Wozniak’s 1976 Apple I.
What makes for good design?
The goal of simplicity is anything but easy to achieve.
The proliferation and plummeting cost of DNA sequencing heralds the year of the personal genome.
It’s time to move forward on regulating greenhouse gases and here’s a regulatory plan that makes sense.
It’s only not a computer company in name. Apple remains true to its roots.
For the legions of Internet users contributing to new “human-assisted search” sites, no job is too small.
Computer chips designed to mimic how the brain works could shed light on our cognitive abilities.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in biotechnology–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in nanotechnology–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in information technology–and what they mean.
Industrial design has long depended on strange bedfellows.