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From June 2000 to August 2005, Technology Research News provided detailed, original reporting on emerging technologies.

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From September 2005 to February 2009, TRN provided regular news briefs and blog posts.

Look through this archive and you’ll find stories about technologies that quickly became widespread, like High Dynamic Range photography, technologies that are steadily progressing, like nanoparticle-based cancer treatments, and technologies that remain firmly in the realm of laboratory research, like quantum computers.

You'll also find Q&A's with some of the world's leading researchers, including Jon Kleinberg, John Pendry and Nadrian Seeman.

And you'll find How It Works features explaining technologies such as robot navigation, self-assembly and quantum computing.

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