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Articles from MIT Technology Review (September 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
35 Innovators under 35 2013. Cover story 322
A chip that zeros in on cancer: technologies that can pull tumor cells from patients' blood are providing an unprecedented look at the disease. Young, Susan 578
A hint of 3-D printing's promise: lab advances suggest how additive manufacturing could change the way electronic devices are made. Orcutt, Mike Brief article 276
Augmented fitness. Product/service evaluation 115
Beijing's great leap forward. 1298
Climate diplomacy: President Obama must focus on getting other nations to cut their emissions. Victor, David G. 537
Corporate genetics: even without gene patents, companies are monopolizing genetic data. Nussbaum, Robert 434
Cyborg parts: Princeton researchers use a 3-D printer to build a bionic ear with integrated electronics. Young, Susan 495
Entrepreneurs. 4253
Five most popular stories: MIT Technology Review Volume 116, Number 4. 488
Global warming demands a smarter pollution crackdown: cleaning up power plants could be counterproductive unless diesel soot is reduced too. Bullis, Kevin Brief article 299
Humanitarians. 2584
In innovation quest, regions seek critical mass: what's the secret to becoming the next technology hot spot? Regalado, Antonio 885
Inventors. 4141
Israel's military-entrepreneurial complex owns big data: technology to track enemies powers Israel's move into commercial prediction software. Kalman, Matthew Company overview 744
Justin Rattner: the head of Intel's labs wants his company to move faster, even at smaller scales. Simonite, Tom Brief article 209
MIT Technology Review's professional resources. Calendar 123
Mobile web. Product/service evaluation 136
New forms that function better. Arieff, Allison 1335
Pioneers. 3918
Power ball. Product/service evaluation 128
Rise of the bitcoin millionaires: early investors in the cryptocurrency are becoming its most powerful gatekeepers. Simonite, Tom 441
Robots aren't the problem. Atkinson, Robert D. Letter to the editor 383
Romancing the phone: love and sex in the age of social media and mobile communication. Pascoe, C.J. Book review 1338
Seven over 70. Editorial 738
Silicon Valley can't be copied. Wadhwa, Vivek 1201
Soaring surveillance: technical, not legal, constraints determine the scope of U.S. government surveillance. Soltani, Ashkan 531
The Avatar will see you now: medical centers are testing friendly ways to reduce the need for office visits by reaching into patients' homes. Leber, Jessica 422
The bell labs of quantum computing: Mike Lazaridis invented the BlackBerry. Now he wants to create an industry around quantum computing. Fitzgerald, Michael 752
The electric car is here to stay. 355
The immortal life of the Enron e-mails: years after the company imploded in scandal, its e-mails still help advance data science and other fields. Leber, Jessica 879
The paradox of wearable technologies: can devices like Google Glass augment our activities without distracting us from the physical world? Norman, Don Book review 1683
Visionaries. 3947
Who's listening to your calls? "More wiretapping is going on than people realize or even like to think about," warned a 1980 article on surveillance. Excerpt 303
World innovation clusters. 353

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