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New tech for old transistor
Silicon is the edifice of the electronics revolution. Itís a wonderful semiconductor. Transistors made of silicon switch electrical current on and off, just like a valve turns water on and off in a garden hose....  | Read.. 
Chipping away at pancreatic cancer
Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest of all cancers, with nearly all affected by the disease succumbing to it. More gruesome is the fact that a victim n ...  | Read.. 
New tech for old transistor
Odd man
Deep shelter
Ripeness in all
Gloomy weather
Fish cure
Maintaining hygiene
Free and trouble free
Is your software usable' I donít mean in the sense that itís not unusable ó most software can be made to function if you are willing to devote enough time and use enough swear words. ...  | Read.. 
 
New drug cocktail regime for aids
The male factor
Sparing the dead
An alternative to antibiotics'
Burping out methane
All work and no play
Exchanging vows does help
Bacteria tee
Among the many eateries on Bangaloreís Brigade Road, I came across ĎAmoebaí and wondered what kind of food it serves. A more informed fellow traveller told me it was a garment store frequented by the young and happening in the city ó a ...  | Read.. 
Recommended: Decoding Bornís theory
The End of the Certain World, Nancy Thorndike Greenspan, Basic Books; $ 26.95...  | Read.. 
 
Why Corner
Why does skin squeak against glass'
 
Doctor's Desk
This week: psychiatry