A cleaner wash feeds back water as you shower
The most controversial scientific topic of the past few decades--predicting the fate of the planet--gets a huge dose of data
More than a hundred terabytes dedicated to maps of the universe
The dating site also keeps enough data to crack the code of human relationships
Linking all the world's libraries in the biggest bibliography you've ever seen
The EOL, a collaboration by the foremost authorities in biology, is a massive database that tracks every organism on Earth
A permanent archive of the Web--some 200 million sites' worth
A database isn't a vault--it's a garden
A massive directory of all viruses, worms, and other malware--as well as a centralized anti-malware arsenal
The National Geographic Society and IBM sell DNA-testing kits to trace human history scientifically
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