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Page One, December 11-25, 2002
DNA prefers diamond,   Material soaks up the sun,
Design links quantum bits,   Microscopic mix strengthens magnet,
Laser pulses could speed memory

Page One, November27/December 4, 2002
Molecule stores picture,   Fast quantum crypto demoed,
Software system heals itself,   Motifs distinguish networks,
Oxygen makes nanotube memory

Page One, November 13/20, 2002
Coax goes nano,   Webs within Web boost searches,
Circuit gets more power from shakes,   Method measures quantum quirk,
Biochip sprouts DNA strands

Page One, October 30/November 6, 2002
Nanoscale LED debuts,   Data transfer demo sets speed mark,
Pulling nanotubes makes thread,   Text software spots intruders,
Microwave drill melts concrete

Page One, October 16/23, 2002
Chemists brew tiny wires,   Voiceprints make crypto keys,
Stamp corrals tiny bits,   Net devices arranged fractally,
Quantum scheme lightens load

Page One, October 2/9, 2002
Integrated biochips debut,   Metal mix boosts batteries,
Plastic tag makes foolproof ID,   Scheme hides Web access,
Small jolts move artificial muscle

Page One, September 18/25, 2002
Molecule chip demoed,   Diamond electronics on deck,
Huge lasers could spark fusion,   Diamonds improve quantum crypto,
Software agents ask for help

Page One, September 4/11, 2002
Chip juggles droplets,   Software turns reading into writing,
Radio ID locks lost laptops,   Quantum software gets the picture,
Laser blasts make memory

Page One, August 21/28, 2002
Biochips get pumped,   Chip design aims for quantum leap,
Net traffic mimics earthquakes,   Stamps and glue make circuits,
Shortcuts lighten wireless load

Page One, August 7/14, 2002
Ultimate memory demoed,   Programming tool makes bugs sing,
Nanotubes grown in place,   Quantum secrets ride phone lines,
Chip keeps atoms in line

Page One, July 24/31, 2002
Disks set to go ballistic,   Two-step queries bridge search and speech,
Implant links nerve cells to electronics,   Silicon chips set to go atomic,
Light switch promises powerful computers

Page One, July 10/17, 2002
Photons heft more data,   Eavesdropping gets people talking,
Self-learning eases quantum programming,   Conceptual links trump hyperlinks,
Cell parts paint picture

Page One, June 26/July 3, 2002
PCs augment reality,   Stamps bang out tiny silicon lines,
Bent wires make cheap circuits,   Mixes make tiniest transistors,
Plastic computer memory advances

Page One, June 12/19, 2002
Software guides museum-goers,   Scientists spin thread from nanotubes,
Brain cells control 3D cursor,   Faster growth heightens Web class divide,
One-way heat valve possible

Page One, May 29/June 5, 2002
Speck-sized microscope nears,   Crystal turns heat to light,
Frozen reservoir fuels atom lasers,   Groups key to network searches,
Reverb keeps secrets safe and sound

Page One, May 15/22, 2002
Viruses turn out high-tech materials,   Virtual touch controls rats,
Laser bridges infrared-microwave gap,   Plastic mix promises big displays,
Laser patterns particles in 3D

Page One, May 1/8, 2002
Team spins mirror fibers,   Light flashes fire up nanotubes,
Quantum force powers microslide,   Light boosts plastic magnet,
Metal crystals cover glass

Page One, April 17/24, 2002
Shake and serve,   Odds not hopeless for new Web sites,
Content scheme banishes browser plug-ins,   Polarized light speeds messages,
File compressor ID's authors

Page One, April 3/10, 2002
Electron waves compute,   Software orchestrates Web presentations,
Porous glass makes minuscule sensor,   Internet map improves models,
Magnets channel biomatter

Page One, March 20/27, 2002
Monkey think, cursor do,   DNA solves big problem,
Carving beams shrink circuits,   Lasers snatch free-floating DNA,
Etching could boost disk capacity

Page One, March 13, 2002
Decision tool keeps it simple,   Ties that bind boost searches,
Sapphire chips linked by light,   Lasers grasp cell-size water balloons,
Fuel cell aimed at handhelds

Page One, March 6, 2002
Interactive robot has character,   Atomic cascade broadens laser,
Biology harbors hidden complexity,   Heat engines gain quantum afterburner,
Nanotubes branch out

Page One, February 27, 2002
Handheld DNA detector near,   Microscopic antenna unzips DNA,
Cheaper LED shines the right light,   X-rays light 3-D microscope,
Nanotubes pack power

Page One, February 20, 2002
DNA map IDs diseases,   Real birds change virtual evolution,
Material turns infrared to green,   Nanotube chips draw near,
Chip provides more bang

Page One, February 13, 2002
Tiny wires turn chips inside out,   Cooperative robots share the load,
Nanotubes take tiny temperatures,   Nanotech scheme envisions DNA origami,
Electric switch flips atoms

Page One, February 6, 2002
Tiny chain revs microdevices,   Labs-on-a-chip gain micro mixer,
Starting over speeds searches,   Nudged nested nanotubes may oscillate,
Portfolios boost quantum computing

Page One, January 30, 2002
Crystal stores light pulse,   Rocket chips to propel small satellites,
Computers sort gender in a binary world,   Quantum network withstands noise,
DNA computer readout glows

Page One, January 23, 2002
Laser speeds data through air,   Nanotube array could form chips,
Hot spots give away lying eyes,   Quantum data compares faster,
Artificial crystals change laser colors

Page One, January 16, 2002
Morphing DNA makes motor,   Toolset teams computers to design drugs,
Atom clouds ease quantum computing,   Web pages cluster by content type,
Quantum effect alters device motion

Page One, January 9, 2002
Sunlight turns water to fuel,   Search method melds results,
VR tool keeps line of sight in hand,   Laser pulse penetrates glass,
Model tracks desert spread

Page One, January 2, 2002
Printed pictures hide images,   Quantum demo does tricky computing,
Email burdened by management role,   Pixel feedback forms fractals,
Software agents evolve purpose

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