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Government efforts to keep science and technology out of terrorist hands conjure images of the Cold War. But it's biomedical researchers in the United States who could be frozen out.
International students may head for more welcoming countries as U.S. strategies to deter terrorism ramp up at educational institutions such as MIT.
The mission to improve the widely used simplex-method algorithm showed instead why it works so well.
Technology makers are tamperproofing products to make them secure and prevent pirating-and are stifling innovation in the process.
A judge's decision undermines researchers' seminal painkiller work.
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Q&A: Bruce Lehman, the former head of the U.S. Patent Office, says intellectual property protection is essential for nurturing a knowledge economy in the developing world.
An experimental partnership is bringing MIT and the University of Cambridge together for research and student exchange.
A pioneering female researcher journeys from the factory to the laboratory.