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Our August 1991 cover story, in honor of Harry Kroto's passing
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One man's noise is another man's long-sought signal
Bill Andrews has spent two decades unlocking the molecular mechanisms of aging. His mission: to extend the human life span to 150 years--or die trying
But the long-term effects of prolonged cellphone use require further study—and will spark fresh controversy
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Silicon Valley's fabled invention machine shows its latest tech
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A man-made, pure-white compound called Oxycyte carries oxygen 50 times as effectively as our own blood. Researchers are betting that itâ€™s the best way to treat Americaâ€™s leading cause of accidental death: traumatic brain injury
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Our reporters deliver the latest on autonomous vehicles.
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