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An Ear to the Big BangAs scientists prepare to catch their first gravitational waves, attention is turning to devices that will let astronomers peek into the invisible interiors of black holes and observe the forbidden, early history of time
By Ross D. Andersen


Long Live the HumansModern genomes and ancient mummies are yielding clues to why the life span of Homo sapiens far exceeds that of other primates
By Heather Pringle


Crossroads of InventionA good idea can be powerful. Many of them, in a network of diverse minds, can be more powerful still
By The Editors


Who Will Bankroll the Next Big Idea?Miniature robots, personalized drugs and other potentially life-changing technologies lie waiting in the laboratory, lacking support. Here's how to fix the problem
By David J. Kappos
The Power of Many MindsTo tap the world's vast and growing potential for new ideas, we need new rules
By Subra Suresh
The Polyglot Patent BoomWhy China's surge in international patents marks the emergence of a new, international form of research and development
By Lee Branstetter, Guangwei Li and Francisco Veloso
Innovation ScorecardHow well do mature and emerging nations capitalize on science?
By The Editors
Why Can't Mexico Make Science Pay Off?The nation is poised to explode into the information economy—and yet stubbornly refuses to do so
By Erik Vance
Help for the Chıld with AutismThe disorder remains a medical mystery with no cure in sight, but some existing therapies produce lasting benefits, and more are on the horizon
By Nicholas Lange and Christopher J. McDougle


The Data-Driven SocietyThe digital traces we leave behind each day reveal more about us than we know. This could become a privacy nightmare—or it could be the foundation of a healthier, more prosperous world
By Alex Pentland


How to Build a Robot OctopusSmart, strong and flexible, the octopus is an enticing model for an entirely new kind of many-armed, multitalented robot
By Katherine Harmon Courage


Russia's New Empire: Nuclear PowerThe federation is aggressively selling reactors to countries with little nuclear experience, raising safety concerns
By Eve Conant


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