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Right now it's floating in a dish in Japan. Someday it may be offering you advice.
If you want to really understand the nuts and bolts of life, argues Jack Szostak, why not build a cell from scratch?
Supercomputers and new observational technology are helping astronomers unlock the sun's most stubborn secrets.
You think ice cream is simple? It's really a complex chemical cocktail, each lick of which sets off a physical and sensual explosion.
After hours, a physicist at Los Alamos is reinventing life's assembly line, molecule by molecule.
Playing God: The Making of Artificial Life
In a tiny laboratory, two biochemists are producing the world's most poisonous substance--for the benefit of mankind, of course.
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