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In Kenya, Better Cows for Better Health

In Kenya, Better Cows for Better Health

A parasite researcher from NYU is hoping to tackle African sleeping sickness in Keyna by creating genetically enhanced cows that cannot catch or transmit the disease

By | Posted October 19, 2009

The Singularity Summit Was Near; It Has Now Come and Gone

The Singularity Summit Was Near; It Has Now Come and Gone

A weekend conference on crazy ideas about the future that may not be so crazy.

By | Posted October 12, 2009

Copenhagen: Be All and End All? A Nobel Winner Doesn't Think So

Copenhagen: Be All and End All? A Nobel Winner Doesn’t Think So

Elinor Ostrom, a Nobel winner in economics, finds climate change answers lie close to home.

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Peace Prize, Check. Next Stop, Copenhagen.

Peace Prize, Check. Next Stop, Copenhagen.

What does the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize mean for U.S. policy on climate change?

By | Posted October 11, 2009

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Recognizes Ribosomes

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Recognizes Ribosomes

Wait, isn’t that biology?

By | Posted October 9, 2009

Illuminating the Mind

Illuminating the Mind

How an experimental mind-control technology could hasten the coming of the Singularity.

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Nobel Prize in Physics Honors "Masters of Light"

Nobel Prize in Physics Honors “Masters of Light”

…And it only took 40 years.

By | Posted October 6, 2009

Big Bright Green Songbird Machine

Big Bright Green Songbird Machine

A new tool allows scientists to study how the brain grows and develops.

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"Immortality Enzyme" Earns Researchers Nobel Prize in Medicine

“Immortality Enzyme” Earns Researchers Nobel Prize in Medicine

This year’s first round of winners represents a historical first for the prize.

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Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We've Been Here Before

Tuberculosis is at a Record Low, and We’ve Been Here Before

History’s lessons on the resurgence of a disease.

By | Posted October 5, 2009

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