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Why nuclear power should be part of the renewable-energy portfolio.
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Researchers mull the next step in spam deterrents.
Communications companies buck the fourth-quarter slide.
Modern physics through the generations.
Cisco’s Padmasree Warrior tells us what role a U.S CTO should play.
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Fattened voter databases will be among the 2008 presidential race’s most enduring legacies.
A small chunk of DNA linked to schizophrenia, mental retardation, and autism may change the way we think about disease.
Why we love the machines we shouldn’t.
Hackers can manipulate outdated algorithms to give two very different documents the same digital signature.
Lasers and a century-old dye could supplant needles and thread.
New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in materials science–and what they mean.
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An architect’s quixotic but enduring quest to change the way we live
An architect’s quixotic but enduring quest to change the way we live.