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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

Page One, December 19/26, 2001
LED fires one photon at a time,   Chips turn more heat to power,
Data protected on unlocked Web sites,   Surgeons gain ultrasonic vision,
Temperature changes laser color

Page One, December 12, 2001
E-paper coming into view,   Semiconductors control quantum spin,
Cold electrons crystallize,   Neat not always organized,
Single molecule drives transistor

Page One, December 5, 2001
Nerve-chip link closer,   Inside-out gem channels light,
Computer follows video action,   Environment may dictate intelligence,
Physics methods may spot intruders

Page One, November 28, 2001
Programmable DNA debuts,   Device would boost quantum messages,
Virtual computers reconfigure on the fly,   Software sorts video soundtracks,
Bigger disks won't hit quantum barrier

Page One, November 21, 2001
Chemists create nano toolkit,   English could snowball on Net,
Page age shapes Web,   Circuits show six degrees of separation,
Spot of gold makes tiny transistor

Page One, November 14, 2001
Crossed nanowires compute,   Disappearing links shape networks,
Stored light altered,   Flipping flakes change color,
Evolution optimizes satellite orbits

Page One, November 7, 2001
Hubs key to Net viruses,   Electrified water spins gold into wire,
Virtual reality gets easier,   Laser emits linked photons,
Dye brightens micromachines

Page One, October 31, 2001
Address key locks email,   Speech recognition to sort Holocaust tapes,
Sensitive sensor spots single photons,   Synced lasers pulse shorter,
Electrons clean wire machine

Page One, October 24, 2001
DNA could crack code,   Transistor sports molecule-thin layer,
Molecule connects contacts,   PC immortalizes ancient temple,
Laser boosts liquid computer

Page One, October 17, 2001
Atom laser fits on a chip,   Email takes brainpower,
Teamed computers drive big display,   Holograms control data beams,
Pressure produces smaller circuits

Page One, October 10, 2001
Tiny tubes construct logic,   Mobile radios make intranet,
Quantum code splits secrets,   Computer tells convincing story,
Virtual beings boost evolutionary theory

Page One, October 3, 2001
Neurons battle to a draw,   Quantum crypto gear shrinks,
Toy shows bare bones of walking,   Tiny jaws snatch cells,
Plastic mix helps shrink circuits

Page One, September 26, 2001
Statistics sniff out secrets,   Quantum bit withstands noise,
Image search sorts by content,   Study finds Web quality time,
Powerless memory gains time

Page One, September 12/19, 2001
Internet stays small world,   Tools automate computer sharing,
Nanotube kinks control current,   Hydrogen chip to fuel handhelds,
Scheme harnesses Internet handshakes

Page One, September 5, 2001
Pen and paper networked,   Quantum current closer to computing,
Correction choices key for speech software,   Software spins tales into animations,
Watched quantum pot boils slower

Page One, August 22/29, 2001
Nets mimic quantum physics,   Teamed filters catch more spam,
Software eases remote robot control,   Ion beams mold tiny holes,
Unusual calms tell of coming storms

Page One, August 15, 2001
Atom lasers made easy,   Molecule makes mini memory,
Does heavy volume smooth Net traffic?,   Mind game smooths streaming audio,
Quantum effect for chipmaking confirmed

Page One, August 1/8, 2001
Tool reads quantum bits,   Study shows fiber has room to grow,
Search tool builds encyclopedia,   Positioned atoms advance quantum chips,
Electron beam welds nanotubes

Page One, July 25, 2001
Sounds attract camera,   Computer interface lets you point and speak,
Quantum logic counts on geometry,   T-shirt technique turns out flat screens,
Rating systems put privacy at risk

Page One, July 18, 2001
HP maps molecular memory,   Cartoons loosen up computer interfaces,
Virtual view helps run tiny factory,   Bioengineers aim to harness bacterial motion,
Lasers spin electrons into motion

Page One, July 4/11, 2001
Split pulses speed signals,   Gender gap shows cyberspace bias,
Software lets appliances speak softly,   Molecular shuttle gains light throttle,
Light-sensitive memory does not fade

Page One, June 27, 2001
Chemists concoct tiny lasers,   Slimmer chips handle fast nets,
Prototype transistors promise speedy chips,   Molecules make short-term memory,
Micromachine parts relax into place

Page One, June 13/20, 2001
Stressed silicon goes faster,   Artificial synapses copy brain dynamics,
DNA device detects light signals,   Lightwaves channel atoms to make chips,
Process promises better LCD production

Page One, June 6, 2001
Search scheme treads lightly,   Bug-eye lenses set up desktop chipmaking,
DNA parts make versatile nanotubes,   Watermarks hide in plain text,
Material bends sound waves

Page One, May 30, 2001
VR tool aims high,   Bulk nanotubes make clean crystals,
Engine fires up electrical devices,   Microscopic stamps make nanotech devices,
How metallic are metal nanotubes?

Page One, May 23, 2001
Laser switch sets up logic,   Light computer runs quantum algorithm,
Five percent of nodes keep Net together,   Prototype shows electronic paper potential,
Lasers spin microscopic objects

Page One, May 16, 2001
Rough tools smooth design,   Tightening photonic bonds strengthens security,
Tunable superconductor makes better circuits,   Flexible film turns heat to power,
Natural force drives molecular ratchet

Page One, May 2/9, 2001
Jolts yield nanotube transistors,   Simulation hints at quantum computer power,
Metal makes DNA more conductive,   Etching process points to nanotech production,
Plastic pins DNA molecules in place

Page One, April 25, 2001
Shaped waves promise speed,   Touch improves VR collaboration,
Manners matter for the circuit-minded,   Network tools handle hefty science files,
Linked liquid crystals move matter

Page One, April 18, 2001
Defects boost disc capacity,   Alternative quantum bits go natural,
Light powers molecular piston,   Bumps could make better biochips,
Crystal changes shape in ultraviolet light

Page One, April 11, 2001
Glass mix sharpens holograms,   Material bends microwaves backwards,
Shaky chip makes for bug-eyed bots,   Cold plastic gives electrons free ride,
Holographic technique stresses interference

Page One, March 28/April 4, 2001
Programming goes quantum,   Diversity trumps fitness,
Nanotubes paint clear picture,   Hitting the deck cools microdevices,
Magnetic fields move microbeads

Page One, March 21, 2001
Net inherently virus prone,   Rubber stamp leaves electronic mark,
Software spots forged signatures,   Magnetic transistor means changeable chips,
Filters distill quantum bits

Page One, March 14, 2001
Tools cut data down to size,   Ribbons expand nanotech toolbox,
Silicon cages metal atoms,   Surfaces channel liquids,
Chip impurities make quantum bits

Page One, March 7, 2001
Neuron-chip link advances,   Electricity moves fluids,
Quantum effect makes fast connections,   Chain reaction yields microscopic wires,
Noise can bring quiet surprise

Page One, February 28, 2001
Robots learn soft touch,   Evolution breeds cooperation,
Chip promises brighter wearable displays,   Light source brightens prospects for security,
Bound bits could bring bigger disks

Page One, February 21, 2001
Artificial cells make mini lab,   PDA interface keeps a low profile,
Software sifts text to sort Web sites,   Light drives microscopic metal gears,
Quantum computer design lights dots

Page One, February 14, 2001
Quantum effect moves machine,   Software speeds gene comparison,
Agents learn from traveling salesman,   Harder chips make more sensitive sensors,
Silver atoms shine red and green

Page One, February 7, 2001
DNA conducts,   DNA induced to superconductivity,
Muscles tapped for virtual input,   Tiny treads move minuscule robot,
Proposal would marry atom and photon

Page One, January 31, 2001
Store globally, access locally,   Ordinary light could drive quantum computers,
Color deepens data storage,   Motor goes all the way around,
Switch channels atom beams

Page One, January 24, 2001
Light impresses atoms,   Scattered signals boost capacity,
Self-configuring robot mimics lifeforms,   Nanotube kinks control current,
Jellyfish protein proves promising light source

Page One, January 17, 2001
Light spins resin rotors,   Crossed nanowires make Lilliputian LEDs,
Simulation sizes up Web structure,   Quantum bit hangs tough,
Sowing strain reaps ordered dots

Page One, January 3/10, 2001
Gels make micro plumbing,   Security comes one photon at a time,
Shining a new light on electron spin,   Network similarities run deep,
Transistor lights up

Page One, December 20/27, 2000
Tiny wires store more,   Tinier transistors keep Moore's Law on track,
3-D geometry adds twists to microfabrication,   Virtual annotation fosters understanding,
Silicon process produces pockets

Page One, December 13, 2000
Nanotube fabric looms large,   Silicon nanocrystals glow,
Exploratory robot hops and rolls,   Lasers flex gel muscles,
Atomic scale wire speeds electrons

Page One, December 6, 2000, 2000
Biomotor powers propeller,   Safe havens offer practical quantum processing,
Mechanical data storage goes massively parallel,   Frosted nanotubes make metal wires,
Interference delivers atomic details

Page One, November 29, 2000
Molecular motor shifts speeds,   Virtual mic carries concert hall sound over 'net,
Researchers ready radio-receiver-on-a-chip,   Proton memory is ultracheap but slow,
Crystal forms gas-triggered switch

Page One, November 22, 2000
Holey chips channel light,   Piezoelectric sliver forms sensor,
Self-tuning software speeds networks,   Software cross-sorts gene data,
Electron beams turnout tinier tubes

Page One, November 15, 2000
Biometrics takes a seat,   Oversize oddity could yield quantum computers,
Switch narrows molecular-macroscopic gap,   Tiny metal wires chart nanoelectronics,
Chip techniques block power leakage

Page One, November 8, 2000
Electronics link mind and body,   Chip promises faster light-to-circuit link,
Coffee effect could benefit circuit connections,   Tiny silicon crystals loom large,
Switch offers cheap local-long distance link

Page One, October 25/November 1, 2000
Disk-on-a-chip takes shape,   Shaky table top sorts parts,
Forked nanotubes are tiny transistors,   Society goes on data binge,
Pulse harbors magnetic mystery

Page One, October 18, 2000
Nanotubes gain larger kin,   Quantum computing without weirdness,
Pyramid pixels promise sharp pictures,   Molecule movement could make memory,
Researchers make cheap telecom laser

Page One, October 11, 2000
Quantum dot logic advances,   Researchers peer into quantum dots,
Flexible displays come into view,   NASA gets snake robot off the ground,
Vibrations make electrons jump

Page One, October 4, 2000
DNA does logic,   Quantum quirk promises smaller circuits,
Pop-up book melds real with virtual,   Lab-on-a-CD corrects itself,
Linked particles advance quantum computing

Page One, September 27, 2000
Ants solve tough problems,   Camera gets all the exposure,
Coated specks form nano building blocks,   Sturdy virus makes tiny container,
Freezing speeds rapid prototyping

Page One, September 20, 2000
Hue-ing to quantum computing,   Robots emerge from simulation,
Software sorts Web data,   Processor design tunes memory on the fly,
Superconducting transistor debuts

Page One, September 13, 2000
Cheap lasers on the way,   Nanotubes make microscopic bearings,
Integrated inputs improve interactivity,   Microorganisms infect computer chips,
Sandia brews cheap telecom laser

Page One, September 6, 2000
Nano-scale jets possible,   Software squeezes 3-D data,
DNA strands form nano-machine,   Scaled links make nets navigable,
Magnetic interface photographed

Page One, July 26, 2000
Tiny robots flex their muscles,   Optical coax takes tight turns,
Making a caged ion blink,    Simulation acts 7-year-old's age,
Computer science faces decision theory

Page One, July 19, 2000
Hearing between the lines,   Search tool finds answers before queries,
Scatter could boost fiber capacity,    Software makes data really sing,
Magnetic microscope recovers damaged data

Page One, July 12, 2000
Bendable nanotubes store bits,   Protein coated chips sniff out bacteria,
The little light-sensitive molecule that could,   Fault-tolerant free speech,
Chemical reaction zips nanowires onto silicon

Page One, June 28/July 5, 2000
Cortex chip goes both ways,   Sampling ability broadens quantum computing,
Nano-scale plotter goes parallel,   NASA grasps intricacies of human hand,
Algorithm evolves more efficient engine

Page One, June 21, 2000
Nature nurtures nanotech,   Virtual physicals at hand,
Sandia speeds microtube chip making,   Data compression makes the heart grow fuzzy,
Multicast promises lighter wireless Internet

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