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 SNS Subscriber Edition Volume 17, Issue 14 Week of April 7, 2014 

 

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Science into Technology

 

 

 

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Feature:

Science into Technology

 

Genetics

Cancer

Fixing Healthcare I

Fixing Healthcare II

Graphene, Graphene, Graphene

Advanced Weapons I

Advanced Weapons II

Deep Science I

Deep Science II

 

 

Quotes of the Week

 

Upgrades

Chinese IP Theft: The Economist Gets It; CEOs Don't

Stock Values #1: A Tech Wreck,

or Just "Zucked"?

Stock Values #2:

The China Syndrome

 

Takeout Window

We Told You Fox News Coverage Was Neither Fair Nor Balanced

Nor True

Lasers Go to Sea

 

Ethermail

 

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» Science into Technology

 

Although it takes  less than a genius to add time-lining to a social networking site, it is still hard not to feel a bit amazed at the pace of scientific discovery and its subsequent conversion into useful applications.

 

For technoids, the pace of real innovation used to be centered around personal computers, servers, pads, and smartphones i.e., computing and communications device features. But for the last few years, that innovation has gone instead into making things smaller and cheaper, but not terrifically different.

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