New molecular machines could find uses in both computing and cancer treatment.
Harvard, Oxford researchers aim to create Internet defensive strategies geared to consumers.
Lasers that "hide" messages could mean more foolproof security.
Andrew Heafitz, an MIT instructor, is working to improve the field of humanitarian demining.
Part 2 of our magazine story on advanced MRI, which is being used to detect unusual levels of signaling molecules in the brains of bipolar patients.
Richard Denison of Environmental Defense says strict new nanotech laws may not be feasible -- but we'd better find a safe way to handle nanotechnology.
Part 1 of our magazine feature on brain imaging techniques that could lead to improved diagnosis of psychiatric ailments.
Part 3 of our magazine story on advanced MRI looks at efforts by Columbia University researchers to map brain abnormalities in preterm newborns.
Is the maker of corporate networking equipment looking to invade the shelves of Best Buy?
What would happen if genetic and medical records were freely available to anyone who wanted them?