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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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Knowledge@Wharton Bettering Ourselves Through Biotech: Greater Productivity, Sharper Memories, Hair Feathers Beefing up muscle without steroids or hormones; rejuvenating damaged skin and heart tissue; ratcheting up memory function. Therapies that promise to enhance human abilities are nearing the marketplace. Funding, however, is hard to come by these days. mark for My Articles 587 similar articles
Bio-IT World
August 13, 2002
Mark Hall
Clusters and Candy Wrappers Our lives are shaped by those byproducts of the space race, from CAT scans and kidney dialysis to satellite communications, advanced weather forecasting, and fuel cells. The genomic research revolution will likely provide similarly widespread and unpredictable benefits. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
August 1, 2002
John Edwards
You Talking to Me? When Nassir Navab talks to inanimate objects, they usually answer him. That's because Navab, a Siemens researcher, helped develop a system that gives industrial equipment the power to vocally answer questions posed by humans. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
PC World
July 22, 2002
Sean Captain
Future Gear: Spielberg's Computer Many technologies from the movie Minority Report are tantalizingly close to becoming real. They just need more attention from developers. mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
July 10, 2002
Ian Rothkerch
Will the future really look like "Minority Report"? Jet packs? Mag-lev cars? Two of Spielberg's experts explain how they invented 2054. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
August 2002
Sonia Zjawinski
Stepford Child She speaks when spoken to, she's a teacher's pet ... heck, she's got a photographic memory. Chips and cams and computer programs -- that's what Cindy Smart is made of. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
July 2002
Jesse Walker
Artifact: Skin Deep Behold the VeriChip, a new device the size of a grain of rice. Once implanted in you, it stores personal information and transmits it to a voyeuristic scanner. mark for My Articles 16 similar articles
Home Toys
June 2002
Galaasen & Hengl
Robotic Technology Has Arrived With the increased use of microchips in equipment such as appliances, heating and cooling systems, entertainment systems, fire and burglar alarms and the general trend towards home automation, advanced personal robotics naturally follows. mark for My Articles 460 similar articles
Fast Company
July 2002
Alison Overholt
Technorecovery? First technology produced the boom. Then it brought the bust. Will it now lead us into another round of gizmo-led growth? Are there cool new things to spark our imagination (and jump-start the stock market)? We asked five of the smartest techies, analysts, and investors around. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
July 2002
Scott Kirsner
Citizen Plane One of the pioneers of personal computing has a plan to reinvent aviation. Now if he can just get the future of flying off the ground. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
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