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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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May 2008
Ronald Bailey
'Technology Is at the Center' Entrepreneur and philanthropist Peter Thiel speaks on liberty and scientific progress. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Fast Company
May 2008
Anya Kamenetz
The Power of the Prize Lo and behold, contests actually work to spur innovation. So should we use them for everything? mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
PC Magazine
March 17, 2008
Sascha Segan
What's Our 75-Year Tech Plan? What is really going to change the way our society works in the next 75 years? Will it be biotech? Quantum computing? Let's place some long bets mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Fast Company
February 1, 2008
Elizabeth Svoboda
Fueling The Future The oil well of tomorrow may be in a California lab full of genetically modified, diesel-spewing bacteria. mark for My Articles 183 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Gregory Mone
Getting a Grip: Building the Ultimate Robotic Hand To do real work in our offices and homes, to fetch our staplers or clean up our rooms, robots are going to have to master their hands. mark for My Articles 177 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
November 5, 2007
Sarah Jane Gilbert
The Changing Face of American Innovation Chinese and Indian scientists and engineers have made a large contribution to U.S. technology over the last 30 years, according to research by Harvard professor William R. Kerr. But that trend may be ebbing, with potentially harmful effects on American innovation. mark for My Articles 85 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Saswato R. Das
Terraforming Mars The renewed focus on Mars has rejuvenated the idea of terraforming Mars, which once belonged to the realm of science fiction, but is becoming increasingly possible today. mark for My Articles 339 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
November 2007
Jeff Wise
Thought Police: How Brain Scans Could Invade Your Private Life In the past decade, a wave of researchers using scans has laid bare the rough schematics of how our brains handle fear, memory, risk-taking, romantic love and other mental processes. Soon, the technology could go even further, pulling back the curtain guarding our most private selves. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 19, 2007
Richard Van Noorden
Building Tomorrow's Nanofactory UK scientists have been granted 2.5 million pounds to invent a nanomachine that can build materials molecule by molecule. Such a robot doesn't -- and may never -- exist, though it has been imagined for over half a century. mark for My Articles 316 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
October 2007
Neil Savage
Nanowire Silicon Solar Cell for Powering Small Circuits A new type of solar cell made from a nanometer-scale wire might one day provide an on-chip power source for nanoelectronic devices or run microscopic robots, say scientists. mark for My Articles 407 similar articles
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