The editors of Technology Review have once again selected the TR35, 35 outstanding young innovators under the age of 35. Their work--spanning medicine, computing, nanotechnology, and a lot more--is changing our world.
An unprecedented number of private launches are planned for this year, showing real progress toward inexpensive space travel.
Researchers are developing tools to thwart the copying of films in theaters.
Creative toll strategies might make more of an impact on traffic congestion than new technologies, says a transportation researcher.
A simple new design for combustion chambers used in power plants could slash the amount of pollutants and the costs to consumers.
The space agency wants private partners to launch cargo and crews into orbits. But is the private sector up to the challenge?
A startup plans to market cheap scanners that use printed organic light emitters, detectors, and electronics.
Researchers are dismayed as science projects and climate satellites are slashed to pay for the space station and shuttle.
The latest product from Redmond: a Windows program for creating robot software.
New chips use chaos to produce potentially faster, more robust computing.