The flow of innovations is as strong as ever, but the U.S. is slipping in its ability to commercialize them.
A set of practices called "corporate venturing" can rejuvenate big companies-transforming large, lumbering organizations into nimbler and more innovative beasts.
A prominent national voice on issues of R&D and education says he'll retire from MIT's top post.
Software-enhanced video camera makes sure the person with hands on the wheel stays focused on the road.
Universities are cashing in on licenses as entrepreneurism takes root on campuses: a Technology Review exclusive report.
A quirky artificial voice synthesizer built in the 1930s paved the way for cell phones.
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Machines that create products directly from digital files can save hours of painstaking human labor, compress production schedules, and eliminate costly overstock.
MIT management guru Thomas Malone explains how technology can distribute authority, trump hierarchies, and lead to better business decision-making.
Politicians like Howard Dean are using the Web to rewrite the rules of American politics.