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4|30|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. — Synthetic biology is "politically correct" name for twiddling with the origin of life itself. From splicing-in genes from other organisms ...

4|29|2015 PORTLAND, Ore.—Quantum computers are being pursued by all the major research labs worldwide, including even new-comers like Google. However, IBM claims its ...

4|28|2015 LONDON — Novelda AS (Kvitesied, Norway), a developer of CMOS impulse radar transceivers, has announced two modules based on its X2 transceivers intended ...

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