Contract electronics manufacture sees countries vie for the business as they try to get on the development ladder, and there is no end in sight.
Genetic engineers are working to restore extinct species to life, but doing so involves solving a massive jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces.
Are all emerging technologies doomed to ride the hype cycle rollercoaster, blossoming during a period of inflated expectations only for people to subsequently lose patience and walk away until it finally makes an impact on the market?
The power industry's poor relation is currently experiencing a sea change in attitude thanks to a sudden interest from social media. Can power electronics start to reshape the world?
Does an ability to head to the polls every five years push the UK behind in the race for engineering and innovation?
"How to clone dinosaurs and other (im)possible blockbuster biotech - medical nanobots; computer-brain interfaces; miniature robots; sci-fi Ra-Pi."
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