In this February 2005 edition of Scientific American
: The most startling anthropological discovery of the year, a dwarf species of hominid living on the Indonesian islands as recently as 13,000 years ago; the hunt for better World Wide Web searches; the science behind the process of remembering; tiny ultra-cold particles produced by microchips could revolutionize technology; and innovation is still alive and kicking on college campuses across the country, as we hear about the winners of the 2004 Collegiate Inventors Competition.
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