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Three experts suggest technology policies for the new president.
Programmers bemoan the fickleness of the iPhone’s gatekeepers.
The U.S. nuclear industry hopes that safer reactor designs can end decades of stagnation.
Promising studies are often refuted later.
Surface plasmons could improve solar cells and wireless devices.
Genomic analysis reveals Europeans’ places of origin.
Three startups let users layer new content onto online video.
Better detection technologies and a global alliance could prevent an attack on a large city.
Some people feel no empathy. An experimental drug makes them take a hard look in the mirror.
In a rural hospital, Lenny hears a message of staggering importance from the man in the next bed. Will he get it?
The first device with a display that can be read in direct sunlight hits the market.
The founders of startup 23andMe want to know your genome.
A new imaging method offers a spectacular view of neural structures.
The science fiction of Algis Budrys showed literary artistry.
Why the online encyclopedia’s epistemology should worry those who care about traditional notions of accuracy.
Why 23,201 people care that Justine Ezarik just ate a cookie.
A smart card’s RFID chip reveals the algorithms that control it.
A new process increases the energy output of methanol fuel cells by 50 percent.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in information technology–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in materials–and what they mean.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in biotechnology–and what they mean.
Then and now, we face the problem of determining what is true.