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Enzyme Computer

Itamar Willner has built a computer that may one day live inside you. Willner, who constructed the molecular calculator with colleagues at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel, believes enzyme-powered computers could eventually be implanted into the human body and used to, for example, modify the release of drugs to match a specific person’s metabolism.

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The Year of Math and Science

In last weeks State of the Union Address, President Bush highlighted K-12 science and math education as part of the Administration’s new American Competitiveness Initiative (ACI). As one part of the larger initiative that seeks to encourage research and development, innovation, and global competitiveness, the education arm of the ACI proposes new Federal support to improve the quality of math, science, and technological education in K-12 schools.

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