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  • Selling Teslas in China Won?t Do Much for the Environment

    Because China relies so heavily on coal for power, electric vehicles aren?t necessarily an improvement over gasoline-powered cars.

    Sales of electric vehicles in China, the world?s largest auto market, have been minuscule despite government incentives meant to put five million of the cars on the nation?s roads by 2020. Tesla Motors hopes to begin changing that as it makes its first deliveries of Model S sedans to customers in China this month.



  • CRISPR Genome Editing Technology Patent

    The Harvard-MIT genomic science institute trumpets its claims to an important genome editing technology.

    One of the most important genetic technologies developed in recent years is now patented, and researchers are wondering what they will and won?t be allowed to do with the powerful method for editing the genome.



  • Microrobots, Working Together, Build with Metal, Glass, and Electronics

    Tiny robots that work together like ants could lead to a new way to manufacture complex structures and electronics.

    Someone glancing through the door of Annjoe Wong-Foy?s lab at SRI International might think his equipment is infested by ants. Dark shapes about a centimeter across move to and fro over elevated walkways: they weave around obstacles and carry small sticks.



  • Hidden Vulnerability Discovered in the World's Airline Network

    The global network of links between the world?s airports looks robust but contains a hidden weakness that could lead to entire regions of the planet being cut off.



  • Stem-Cell Treatment for Blindness Moving Through Patient Testing

    Advanced Cell Technology is testing a stem-cell treatment for blindness that could preserve vision and potentially reverse vision loss.

    A new treatment for macular degeneration is close to the next stage of human testing?a noteworthy event not just for the millions of patients it could help, but for its potential to become the first therapy based on embryonic stem cells.




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