From the Editor in Chief
Ford's engineers try feeling old--to design a better car
New ceramics get smarter, tougher.
With Japan on the ropes, the chieftains of U.S. high-tech now must worry about the competitive threat from, believe it or not, Europe.
Shrinking computer chips have propelled the information revolution. But chip makers are approaching unknown territory.
A "ridiculously simple" device keeps airplanes aloft.
Researchers are building devices one molecule at a time. TR sorts the possible form the preposterous.