The U.S. is one of the top offenders
Interest by Microsoft and others in DNA–based storage could deliver post-silicon electronic memory within a decade
A Stanford grad student's invention uses Google Glass to help autistic children recognize facial and social cues in real time
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An external magnet guided cells to repair arteries in mice
Silver-based ink, flowing from a ballpoint pen, write circuits that power lights
It could one day be printed on flexible plastic for thin, bendable gadgets
An automatic wristwatch mechanism harnesses heartbeats