It’s a dream that is held by scientists in many fields—medicine, materials research, electronics, computing, and others too numerous to list. The struggle has been in how to actually achieve such a precision control of matter. Sadly, the quantum effects at this level often defeat any such attempts, and have proven difficult to surmount.
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Record-breaking global temperatures, plummeting fossil-fuel prices, historic investments in renewable energy, and global pressure to honor c
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Western Mistakes, Remade in China by Adair Turner - Project Syndicate
To achieve its goal of joining the world’s high-income countries, China's government has rightly urged for a “decisive role for the market.”
Living Free and Equal by Rebeca Grynspan - Project Syndicate
In the quarter-century since the publication in 1990 of the first Human Development Report, the world has made astounding strides in reducin
Winning the War Against TB by Melvin Sanicas - Project Syndicate
From 2000 to 2014, better diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis saved some 43 million lives. But there is a long way to go before the deat
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