Welcome to the workspace of Dean Kamen, one of the world's most prolific inventors. On a tour of his lab, Kamen explains how he comes up with tomorrow's brilliant ideas.
Advances in genetic screening are opening a new window on the genetic fate of the unborn. Are parents ready for the choices they will face?
Zero-emission driving may be more than hot air.
The impact of the 9/11 attacks may not be that great after all.
Television's 30-second spot is lurching toward extinction. For the show to go on, the ads will go in.
Handspring's latest all-in-one is pretty cool, if you don't mind talking into a calculator.
Computer memory could soon earn the ultimate commercial validation: the cheap plastic knock-off.
Glenn Curtiss's aeronautical innovations outlasted the Wright brothers'. But his biggest contribution to aviation was an Albany-Manhattan flight many deemed suicidal.
What the U.S. could learn about patenting life forms--and about civic engagement--by looking to Canada.
The telecom industry doesn't need more bandwidth. It needs ways to get people to use the bandwidth they have.