Solving a surprisingly long-standing mystery, a forensic anthropologist reconstructs what George Washington looked like as a young man
Many civilian research reactors contain highly enriched uranium that terrorists could use to build nuclear bombs
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A new method of particle acceleration in which the particles "surf" on a wave of plasma promises to unleash a wealth of applications
Patents on DNA have not caused the severe disruption of biomedical research and societal norms anticipated by critics. But the deluge may be yet to come
With nanobatteries, power sources finally shrink with the rest of electronics
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