Dealing with an Angry Public: The Mutual Gains Approach to Resolving Disputes
An inside look at research at MIT.
Recognizing that tumor cells lurking in the body after cancer treatment will cause a relapse of cancer, scientists are working to employ nature's army-the immune system-to destroy remaining enemy outposts.
Are the world's amphibians-vulnerable to eco-logical changes in water and on land-acting like canaries in a coal mine, warning us of environmental dangers below the threshold of human perception?
Today's programs for defending against missile attacks are less ambitious than the Reagan-era Star Wars efforts. But the new systems are still too easily foiled, and their deployment would slow arms cuts.
Densely populated Third World megacities, choking on polluted air, provide a splendid opportunity for introducing electric vehicles on a large scale.
...unless the government permits, oversees, and funds sensible cloning research
Collecting, selecting, and refining the stories that go online, web-based magazines are transforming the internet experience. But these embryonic publications don't yet fully exploit the new medium's potential-and their financial viability is in question.