Radical Innovation: How Mature Companies Can Outsmart Upstarts
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Their bedside manner is a tad impersonal. But the computer-assisted robotic systems finding their way into today's operating room may someday save your life.
A handful of hot startups are exploiting nature's own methods - vastly accelerated - in order to breed better detergents, drugs and crops.
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Here are five ways to achieve balance between public and private access to the human genome.
Will the frenzy of gene patenting drive innovation-or stifle medical advances?