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Commentary: A British research team has gotten the go-ahead to edit the DNA of a human embryo using breakthrough tech that could cure cancer -- or bring on a comic-book-style mutant apocalypse.
NASA releases a video guide to a solar system phenomenon that hasn't happened in more than 10 years.
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The machine, located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, bumps the IBM-based Sequoia system down a notch with its performance of 17.59 petaflops per second.
Scientists at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory create a radar system that can see through walls. Won't this be fun at home?
On a tour of Volkswagen's new Electronic Research Laboratory, CNET Car Tech gets to see a new research project to integrate Google Street View with a navigation system.
In the latest ranking of high-performance computers, the IBM-based Roadrunner system at Los Alamos National Laboratory once again crosses the petaflop barrier.
A group of South Korean researchers from the Nano/Micro System Laboratory at Seoul National University has created a miniature robot powered by living heart tissue.
The storage system maker is to provide the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory with technology for its Linux-based supercomputing project.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory ordered an IBM supercomputer based on its coming Power4 chip to investigate global warming and other scientific challenges, IBM plans to announce Thursday. The system, expected to be among the world's five fastest when it's finished in early 2002, will be able to conduct about 4 trillion calculations per second. The Power4 chip, which actually has two CPUs etched onto a single piece of silicon, is expected to debut in October. It's the foundation of IBM's new 32-processor Regatta server.