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|Tomorrow in Brief
New Device for Hearing Impaired
Polio Eradication: The Last Steps
New Test for Cervical Cancer
Mecca for Non-Muslims?
B2B Grows Among Women
|Reforming the United Nations
by Maurice Strong
A Canadian with long experience as a UN official gives a frank assessment of the global institution's prospects and possibilities.
The Global Struggle to Save the
Five Forces Transforming Communications
Sometimes the Luddites Are Right
|The Need for a New Office of Technology Assessment
by Vary T. Coates
Evaluating the potential impacts of new technologies--rather than rejecting them outright--offers an answer to the Luddites' worries.
The Transportation system
of the Future
The Extended Life: Four Strategies for Healthy Longevity
Future View: The Future: The Greatest Story Never
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More Profitable Planning
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Citizenship for the Future
by David Hicks
Wetlands: Going, Going . . . Gone?
Mixing Farms and Wildlife
Mission From Mars
The Cyber Children Have Arrived
Making the Case for Repression
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