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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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May 1, 2003
John Teresko
Electronics: A Voyage Of Discovery Nano-based breakthroughs will shrink data-storage costs, redefine equipment maintenance and change the fundamental challenges of new-product development. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
May 2003
Tom McNichol
The Race Back to the Moon Astropreneurs are counting down for a return to Apollo country. The first small step: a satellite atlas of the lunar surface. The next giant leap: ice mining, helium farming, and a launchpad to the solar system. mark for My Articles 356 similar articles
May 2003
Brendan I. Koerner
The Lab that Fell to Earth Once the center of the technology research universe, the storied MIT Media Lab is now teetering on the brink of breakup -- or, even worse, irrelevance mark for My Articles 64 similar articles
Industrial Physicist
Apr/May 2003
Ineke Malsch
Thin films seek a solar future Despite setbacks, the technology may yet shine. mark for My Articles 913 similar articles
Reactive Reports
Issue 30
David Bradley
Shedding light on quantum dots Hybridising an inorganic nanocrystal and a quantum dot lead to a quantum dot-organic light-emitting device (QD-OLED) a new kind of optoelectronic device that could lead to new types of flat panel displays to supersede liquid crystal displays in everything from mobile devices to TV sets. mark for My Articles 168 similar articles
Industrial Physicist
Feb/Mar 2003
Picardi & Jan
Recent advances in computer vision Computer vision is the branch of artificial intelligence that focuses on providing computers with the functions typical of human vision. The availability of affordable hardware and software has opened the way for new, pervasive applications of computer vision. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
March 2003
S. Julio Friedmann
Storing Carbon in Earth Carbon sequestration is capturing carbon dioxide, either from the atmosphere or emission streams, and storing it in reservoirs, such as plants or soils. Carbon dioxide could be converted to solid chemicals or injected into the deep ocean. Though there are risks, the potential pay-off is enormous. mark for My Articles 652 similar articles
April 2003
April Y. Pennington
Mechanically Inclined These entrepreneurial robophiles take their business where no man has gone before. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
April 1, 2003
John Teresko
The Next Material World Get ready to research, reengineer, reinvent and innovate new products and processes. The National Science Foundation has predicted a $1 trillion market by 2015 for nano products. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
April 2003
Charles C. Mann
New and Improved! A user's guide to your genetically modified future. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
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