STOCKHOLM —By HENRY FOUNTAIN: Andemariam Beyene sat by the hospital window, the low Arctic sun on his face, and talked about the time he thought he would die.
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by Peter Murray: what’s being claimed a world first, doctors have implanted a bionic eye into a woman, allowing her to see flashes of light.
by David J. Hill: Sooner rather than later you’ll have a computer attached to your face, and for some, it’ll happen as early as next year.
by Beth Buczynski: With 7 billion mouths to feed, it’s no surprise that agriculture is big business on this planet.
by Pete Danko: Last time we checked in on the First Solar-developed Agua Caliente solar power plant – in July– it had rounded the 200 megawatt bend, making its way toward an eventual generating capacity of 290 MW.
by Susan DeFreitas: Is it a home, or is it a power plant? Way back in 2009 when construction was completed on Villa Åkarp, the Swedish “energy positive” (a.k.a. grid positive) house,
by Jason Dorrier: Usain Bolt, the fastest human in history, has been outpaced by a robot.
By GINA KOLATA: Among the many mysteries of human biology is why complex diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and psychiatric disorders are so difficult to predict and, often, to treat.
by Pete Danko: The recent report that Hundyai is close to bringing out a fuel cell vehicle has prompted an update from GM on its hydrogen projects, which are actually more extensive than you might imagine, given how little we hear about them.
by ROB STEIN: Scientists unveiled the results of a massive international project Wednesday that they say debunks the notion that most of our genetic code is made up of so-called junk DNA.