A cheap, portable malaria test is creating a buzz among epidemiologists.
Nanocrystals help further gene therapy.
A household chemical rejuvenates faded fingerprints.
Security chips are on the way, but are they trustworthy?
Bioethicist Gregory Stock on the inevitability of designer babies.
Drugs tailored to an individual's genetic makeup promise to be safer and more effective, but they raise tricky economic and ethical questions.
For human rights groups, commercial software could be fatal.
Technology Review identifies the developments that will dramatically affect the way we live and work-and profiles the leading innovators behind them.
Unmanned aerial vehicles could help tame wildfires, unsnarl traffic jams, and even find a better cup of joe.
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