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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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Bio-IT World
November 12, 2002
Davies et al.
John Craig Venter Unvarnished The former Celera CEO talks about that company's politics, the future of sequencing technology, and his own genome. mark for My Articles 409 similar articles
PC World
November 8, 2002
Kuriko Miyake
Battle Brewing Over Successor to DVD Upcoming technologies boost optical disc storage capacity to 50GB, but the industry could be divided by rival standards. mark for My Articles 653 similar articles
November 1, 2002
Julie Hanson
Perfect for Chewing the Fat Two British design students have developed a prototype of a phone that would be fitted directly into a back tooth by a dentist. This filling in your molar then would transmit sound through your jaw bone into your inner ear. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
PC World
October 30, 2002
Sean Captain
Future Gear: Tiny Chips, Everywhere With petite sensors and radio transmitters, every object can have an identity and even think for itself. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
November 2002
Tom McNichol
Why 6-Legged Bots Rule Forget two-legged bots -- forget androids altogether. Bio-guru Robert Full has seen the future of robotics, and it's one part cockroach, one part millipede, one part Internet. mark for My Articles 72 similar articles
November 2002
David Ewing Duncan
DNA as Destiny DNA is the book of life. It's also the book of death. In the future we'll all be read cover to cover. Here's what it's like to take the world's first top-to-bottom gene scan. mark for My Articles 427 similar articles
October 15, 2002
Christopher Lindquist
The Holographic Story In a famous scene from the original Star Wars, R2-D2 and Chewbacca play a game of chess on a board where 3-D pieces battle. Twenty-five years after the movie, holographic virtual displays capable of similar effects may be just around the corner. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
September 24, 2002
Thomas Wilson
"Strange Matters" by Tom Siegfried From strange quark matter to multiple universes, visionaries predict the weird things science has yet to discover. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
September 24, 2002
Katharine Mieszkowski
Hydrotopia Say goodbye to fossil fuels. Author and environmentalist Jeremy Rifkin explains why hydrogen is the next great power source. mark for My Articles 450 similar articles
August 28, 2002
Suzy Hansen
Not a drop to drink Forget oil -- an expert on the world's water supply talks about the vital substance we will hoard, ration and probably go to war for in the near future. mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
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