A wobbly new molecule called DTA is moving in a straight line toward nanomanufacturing.
Gold nanospheres show a path to all-optical computing.
A novel way to cool microprocessors.
A new service from Kirkland, WA-based Inrix predicts traffic slowdowns by crunching road sensor data, weather, history, and local events.
The "Viiv" PC is Intel's bid to put itself at the center of the home digital entertainment industry.
Two national institutes have announced a three-year, $100 million project to understand the genetic changes behind cancer.
Election officials must decide by January 1 which electronic voting system is least likely to cause problems next November.
A potential genetic test for cardiovascular risk shows how "pharmacogenomics" is coming into its own.
A new way to create high-quality silicon components on plastic could make flexible computing practical.
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