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A round-the-world voyage in search of--genes?
Luis von Ahn invented those blurry words that websites ask you to type to post a comment.
With 23andMe you can get a look at your own genome - and discover your own secrets.
We'll go under the knife with a Cardington, Ohio farmer.
Chris Hardwick learns how to turn cotton balls into gunpowder.
WIRED SCIENCE web crawlers scour the Internet to find the coolest science and tech videos.
Ben Kaycra developed lasers that can translate buildings into 3-dimensional blueprints.
Peter Diamandis joins host Adam Rogers to discuss how he's predicting the future.