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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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August 4, 2003
Joan O'C. Hamilton
Who Wants to Be a 150-Year-Old? A modern band of Ponce de Leons comes to life in the intensely researched and well-written Merchants of Immortality: Chasing the Dream of Human Life Extension by ace science writer Stephen S. Hall. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
August 2003
Brendan I. Koerner
8 Super Powers Forget Science Fiction. Here's the Science. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
August 2003
Clive Thompson
The Antigravity Underground The fantastic floating device called a lifter has no moving parts, no onboard fuel, and no shortage of wide-eyed admirers. Even inside NASA. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
August 2003
Wil McCarthy
Being Invisible Next-gen optical camouflage is busting out of defense labs and into the street. This is technology you have to see to believe. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
July 2003
Gregg Easterbrook
We're All Gonna Die! But it won't be from germ warfare, runaway nanobots, or shifting magnetic poles. A skeptical guide to Doomsday. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
PC World
July 2003
Andrew Brandt
Privacy Watch: Tracked by the Shirt on Your Back? Radio frequency technology has the potential to identify us all. mark for My Articles 355 similar articles
Industrial Physicist
Konstantin Likharev
Hybrid Semiconductor-Molecular Nanoelectronics Many physicists and engineers believe that the impending crisis due to limitations in CMOS technology may be resolved only by a radical paradigm shift from purely CMOS technology to hybrid semiconductor-molecular circuits. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
Technology Research News
May 21, 2003
Eric Smalley
Hydrogen storage eased The discovery of metal-organic frameworks promises to remove the principal stumbling block to hydrogen-powered cars, and the method could be ready for production use within five years. mark for My Articles 277 similar articles
June 2003
Luc Steels
Roam Free: How Space Perception Seperates Man From Machine Combining sensory perception and spatial reasoning remains elusive, which explains why robots lack a true sense of space. mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
June 2003
Larry Smarr
Microcosmos The new space race is the battle for more and more control over less and less. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
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