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Cellular contortionist: can DNA easily get bent out of shape? Jan 13, 2007 983
What a flake: computers get the hang of ice-crystal growth. Dec 23, 2006 1861
Crusty old computer: new imaging techniques reveal construction of ancient marvel. Dec 2, 2006 480
Unstoppable bot: armed with self-scrutiny, a mangled robot moves on. Nov 18, 2006 478
Ballot roulette: computer scientists and mathematicians look for better ways to vote. Nov 4, 2006 2282
Fit to be tied: impatience with string theory boils over. Oct 21, 2006 1889
Cyber attack depletes cell phone batteries. Brief article Sep 16, 2006 190
Mutant maps: borrowing an idea from biology to enrich history. Aug 26, 2006 1804
The ups and downs of routing fluids on chips. Brief article Aug 26, 2006 246
Out of sight: physicists get serious about invisibility shields. Jul 15, 2006 2159
Pumping alloy: a new way to power artificial muscles may lead to lifelike machines. Jul 1, 2006 1748
Humanlike touch from chemical film. Brief article Jul 1, 2006 244
Blinding spies' digital eyes. Brief article Jul 1, 2006 202
Quantum-dot leap: tapping tiny crystals' inexplicable light-harvesting talent. Jun 3, 2006 1957
Revealing covert actions: updated technologies expose air's unseen eruptions. Apr 8, 2006 1682
Cool wire: nanostructure boosts superconductor. Apr 1, 2006 520
A dim view of biologic and chemical agents. Brief article Mar 4, 2006 203
Making the most of chip fabrication. Brief article Mar 4, 2006 297
Easy answers: quantum computer gives results without running. Feb 25, 2006 521
New view: speedy microscope takes fuller look at the nanoworld. Feb 18, 2006 448
Artificial animalcules: in the microscopic realm, machines learn to swim. Cover story Feb 18, 2006 1949
Magnetic overthrow: physicists expose a hidden facet of a familiar phenomenon. Cover Story Jan 7, 2006 1945
Network inoculation: antivirus shield would outrace cyber infections. Dec 3, 2005 486
That's the way the spaghetti crumbles: physicists solve a vexing kitchen puzzle. Nov 12, 2005 1924
Light pedaling: photonic brakes are vital for circuits. Nov 5, 2005 514
Constant Changes. Oct 6, 2001 2281
The Seeing Tongue. Sep 1, 2001 2010
Soaking Up Rays. Aug 4, 2001 2249
Dances with Robots. Jun 30, 2001 1975
Pitching Science. Jun 9, 2001 1986
Little Big Wire. Nov 18, 2000 2213
Breaking the Law. Oct 7, 2000 2325
Seeking the Mother of all Matter. Aug 26, 2000 2772
The Little Engines That Couldn't. Jul 22, 2000 2153
Connect the Dots. Jun 17, 2000 2172
The Physics of Fizz. May 6, 2000 2162
Looking for Mr. Goodoxide. Mar 25, 2000 2192
Hunting for Higher Dimensions. Feb 19, 2000 2408
Catch a Wave. Jan 8, 2000 2148
Smart Outfit. Nov 20, 1999 2394
Built to Scale. Oct 16, 1999 2573
On the Origin of Circuits. Sep 4, 1999 2160
Tossing cold atoms like confetti, atomic-fountain clocks launch a new era in timekeeping. Aug 7, 1999 2016
Stop-and-Go Science. Jul 3, 1999 2310
Ready, Aim, Squirt. May 8, 1999 2414
Quantum Internet. Apr 3, 1999 2095
The Sun Also Writhes. Mar 27, 1999 1932
A Little Mass Goes a Long Way. Jan 30, 1999 2066
Singing Stairs. Brief Article Jan 16, 1999 912
To Bead or Not to Bead? Jan 9, 1999 2113

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