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High-tech imaging takes the guesswork out of diagnosis.
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"Multiuser detection" could greatly expand cell towers' capacity-increasing their range, their data transmission rates or the number of users they can handle.
Scientists commandeer protein-building at the source.
Computer models may soon protect the grid from cascading failures.
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