The first transgenic primates able to pass on their foreign genes are both a stunning medical advance and a troubling peek into the future.
Thirty years after Three Mile Island, nuclear is still too risky. But now the risks have shifted from physical to financial.
Font designers imagine a better-looking Web.
Winemakers disappointed by organic methods have turned to biodynamics as the purest route to wine that's true to soil, grape, and climate.
A breakthrough explores the challenges--and suggests the financial possibilities--of creating quantum networks.
Purity, openness, and simplicity are engines of design.
The federal government is about to spend big on health-care IT. Too bad the medical industry has a vested interest in inefficiency.
If the United States wants to build a market-based approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it should learn from Europe's failures.
To a few human experts, our faces are open books. Now computer technology automates those abilities.
Thanks to a new surgical procedure, arm amputees can intuitively control a bionic limb for the first time.