From the editor in chief
One prolific inventor offers tips on how to ensure that your inventions have their day in the sun.
Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2000, Art Mellor '85 now heads the nonprofit organization he founded to help scientists find a cure.
A leading venture capitalist says corporations are too slow and timid to capitalize on their own inventions.
Sure, there are staggering legal fees and the risk of a company imploding. But a leading litigator says that patent lawsuits are not as bad as you think.
Michael Moritz shares insights-from Yahoo!, PayPal, and now Google-about how the Web really works.
NanoInk hopes to write itself into the future of nanotechnology with dip-pen lithography.
After two dismal years, money is starting to flow for the next batch of startups.
Council on Competitiveness head Deborah Wince-Smith on the impact of high-tech "offshoring."