Creating super-people may not be such a bad idea, claims a prominent bioethicist.
While wind farmers around the world score points in generating juice, the U.S. slowly signs on.
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A camera and algorithm know it's you.
Devices that build themselves are key to nanotech.
A college junior shed new light on a century-old problem.
Absurdly broad stem cell patents are shutting down promising research.
DuPont's energetic chairman is reinventing the nearly 200-year-old chemical company, shifting its emphasis to biology-based materials and electronic displays.
Wireless sensors probe the infrastructure.