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Stereo image technology allows doctors to view two digital mammograms as one 3-D picture, and promises to help them spot hard-to-detect tumors
Two studies take different approaches to solving the problem of distinguishing cancerous from healthy cells, paving the way for earlier diagnosis and treatment
New technology will allow increasingly compact cell phones, PCs to harness massively powerful microprocessors
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Within five years doctors will be able to simulate organs, soft tissue, and skeletal structure
TASER International develops new technology, touts safety in wake of Canadian deaths possibly linked to police use
In development: an artificial flower that kills pathogens in disease-carrying mosquitoes but spares the bugs
Electronic waste is reaching critical mass, releasing toxic chemicals into the environment. The solution? Recycling and toxin-free electrical components
Largely regulated by the states, the U.S. approach to e-waste management has a long way to go
Microscopic instruments that target only cancerous cells could replace less precise methods that also kill healthy tissue
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A handful of artificially intelligent cockroaches alter the instincts of their natural brethren, shedding light on pack mentality
Researchers use fMRIs to track blood flow in the brain to determine if someone is fibbing
Yahoo!'s M45 supercomputing cluster, along with Google-inspired open-source software, could dramatically improve analysis and understanding of astronomy, financial services and Web traffic...
HemoBioTech says it has solved the toxicity issues that have plagued its predecessors
An emerging crop of companies making plastic out of renewable resources and waste products promises to deliver an environmentally friendly harvest
DARPA is set to crown the winner of its 2007 Urban Challenge, featuring autonomous autos that try to stop, go and merge as well as humans
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