The principles that gave rise to the Internet are now leading to a new kind of network of everyday devices, an "Internet-0"
Biologists assumed that proteins alone regulate the genes of humans and other complex organisms. But an overlooked regulatory system based on RNA may hold the keys to development and evolution
A host of start-ups is speeding development of a new class of drugs that block the action of RNA
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Can hurricanes and other severe tropical storms be moderated or deflected?
New research reveals the dynamics of the spinning disks of gas that surround young stars and gargantuan black holes
Electronic voting machines promise to make elections more accurate than ever before, but only if certain problems--with the machines and the wider electoral process--are rectified
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