From the Editor in Chief
Innovative processes, not just products, are targets for activists.
Software generates music from scratch.
Adding blood vessels to engineered skin could help heal burns.
Promising new antibiotics, antidotes, and vaccines emerge.
Devices that connect the brain with computers could lead to mind-controlled robots, repair neurological disorders, and even improve memory.
Insights and opinions from our readers.
Doctors use surprisingly low tech ways to keep track of patient information-sometimes with fatal results. Despite high costs and cultural barriers, electronic record keeping is starting to bring medicine into the digital age.
Chemist Vicki Colvin on the safety of nanotechnology.