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Letters from our readers.
Brain-injury survivors in the U.S. military need far better care.
The large hadron collider may solve nature’s great mysteries.
D-Wave may not have made a working quantum computer.
Silicon gratings heighten contrast.
An unmanned lunar rover could be the next to roam the moon.
A new process identifies mystery microbes.
Crystals could capture greenhouse gases released by power plants.
Where does all that malicious Internet content come from?
Gamelayers makes a treasure hunt of everyday Web browsing.
Why I hope the search for extraterrestrial life finds nothing.
The director of the new Massachusetts-based Microsoft Research lab wants to use mathematics to design better search engines, recommendation systems, and online auctions.
The biggest physics experiment ever, CERN’s new particle accelerator, goes live this summer.
A pioneer of quantum computing asks: Has a Canadian startup really demonstrated a prototype for a working, commercially viable quantum computer?
Learning to love customers like you.
The most notorious promoter of the 1990s telecom boom has been proved right.
See the inner workings of the Livescribe Pulse, a computerized pen that gives handwritten notes audio support.
An ingenious method for making new organs could one day revolutionize medical transplants.
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.
Then as now, a push for fresh experimentation in particle physics.