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‘DNA Printing’ in the Cloud, Part 3

'DNA Printing' in the Cloud, Part 1 ...

‘DNA Printing’ in the Cloud, Part 2

'DNA Printing' in the Cloud, Part 1 ...

‘DNA Printing’ in the Cloud, Part 1

The shape of the Genome poemis scattered stars; a twinkling netof orchestrated switchesMolecules drafted through millennia,coagulating endless dreams of water;Chemistry's infinite creative palettesampling light and elementsdandelion suns, beheaded as aristocrats,lion-shorn -- still imagine symbiotic airlifting their lost materials,on round, star-hair wings...

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Smart High-Tech Solutions for Aging in Place

The call came in less than an hour before the 8 a.m. shift was scheduled to start: A family emergency meant the regular caregiver for an elderly Dana Point, California, client couldn't make her shift that day, so a replacement caregiver was needed ASAP. ...

At-Home Eldercare Goes High Tech

The call came in less than an hour before the 8 a.m. shift was scheduled to start: A family emergency meant the regular caregiver for an elderly Dana Point, California, client couldn't make her shift that day, so a replacement caregiver was needed ASAP. ...

Digital Santa, Part 3: Riding High on the Turbo Cyber Sleigh

Digital Santa, Part 2: Tech Tools of the Trade ...

Digital Santa, Part 2: Tech Tools of the Trade

Digital Santa, Part 1: It's a Mall World ...

Digital Santa, Part 1: It’s a Mall World

Red costume, white beard, ruddy cheeks, cheery voice and smiling, twinkly-eyed charm -- all are indispensable tools for any self-respecting Santa Claus. Nowadays, however, there's a lot more than mere lovable magic going on in the business of being Mr. Claus ...

The Future of Farming, Part 3: The Business of Urban Ag and CEA

The Future of Farming, Part 2: New Growth Patterns ...

The Future of Farming, Part 2: New Growth Patterns

"Nor do they want to invest in obsolete technology," Madden told TechNewsWorld. "So, it is difficult for investors to be comfortable with the proven success of the technology weighed against its current competitive advantages and how long they may be competitive in the commercial markets," explained Madden. "In the end, it all comes down to the proven success and reputation of a company and people the investors are working with -- not the technology." ...

The Future of Farming, Part 1: Controlling the Environment

Famine... or feast? ...

Nuclear Power, Part 3: Radioactive Waste

Nuclear Power, Part 2: Nukenomics ...

Nuclear Power, Part 2: Nukenomics

Nuclear Power, Part 1: A Smaller, Safer Future ...

Nuclear Power, Part 1: A Smaller, Safer Future

Keeping the lights on in the global industrial world -- never an easy task -- never seems to get any easier. ...

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The School of Gaming

This story was originally published on May 18, 2011, and is brought to you today as part of our Best of ECT News series. ...

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The Gaming World’s Turbulent Transitions

This story was originally published on April 21, 2011, and is brought to you today as part of our Best of ECT News series. ...

The School of Gaming, Part 2: Techno-Barbarism or Essence of Humanity?

The School of Gaming, Part 1: Welcome to Ludoland ...

The School of Gaming, Part 1: Welcome to Ludoland

Ludology or narratology? ...

The Rising Wave of Gamification

Gabe Zichermann may have coined the term "funware" to describe applications with game-like mechanics and game-like behavior that really aren't traditional video games, but his neologism just may be expanding to encompass much more than initially intended -- the extraordinary paroxysm of technological advances currently convulsing the gaming industry. ...

Fast Times in Gaming, Part 2: Behind the Orange Curtain

Part 1 of this series explored the changes taking place within the overall video game industry ...

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