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Asteroids and You!
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Neal Stephenson on Science Fiction, Building Towers 20 Kilometers...
In a public interview with Technology Review's Jason Pontin, the best-selling author talked about the obstacles faced by real emerging technologies.
Technology Review: Science Fiction
From the editors of comes , an 80-page anthology of original near-future science fiction stories.
Science in three dimensions: the print revolution
Three-dimensional printers are opening up new worlds to research. Christoph Zollikofer witnessed the first birth of a Neanderthal in the modern age. In
Genetic 911: cells' emergency systems revealed
Researchers at MIT and the University at Albany have developed a molecular emergency-response system that shifts the cell into damage-control mode and
How the Discovery of the Higgs Boson Could Break Physics...
The announcement of the long-awaited discovery of the Higgs boson may happen on July 4, marking a major achievement and something to celebrate. Or maybe not. Some scientists fear the Higgs won't be all they hoped it would be and its discovery could h...
Could New Oil Production Cause Oil Prices—and Energy Innovation—to...
A Harvard researcher says unparalleled investment in oil exploration is creating a boom in supply, and that could hurt the development of oil alternatives.
5 Scientists Share Their Baffled Reactions on the Science...
Discovering the End of the World - Technology Review
The recent death of Sherwood Rowland, whose work helped us avoid one of the world's great environmental disasters, should be a reminder that we can't afford to ignore the lessons of chemistry.
Spaceflight Is Getting Cheaper. But Its Still Not Cheap...
Robot race to the Moon
Alt Text: Google+ Is the New GeoCities
Google throws its latest hat into the social networking ring while assuring us that Google+ is nothing like Buzz, Orkut or Wave. To begin with, it doesn't sound like a rejected Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles villain. Secondly, it has circles or somethi...
Big Think Interview With Burt Rutan
A conversation with the aerospace engineer and founder of Scaled Composites
Aubrey de Grey on the Imminence of Immortality
What Keeps Aubrey de Grey Up At Night
Aubrey de Grey is not a worrier—he is content to try to make a difference with his life.