The 2002 University Research Scorecard shows that even in lean times, innovation pays.
Are states abusing their immunity from intellectual property laws?
How the burgeoning wireless technology could corrupt the system used today.
Magnetic refrigeration promises smaller, more efficient cooling if researchers can overcome some material problems.
Next season's smart outfits will be wired.
Despite its flaws, the system does protect inventors against big companies who might usurp their ideas.
There are leaner times ahead for departments relying on the endowment, but the Institute's finances remain strong.
Tea leaves and crystal balls aside, some researchers believe the future isn't as murky as it used to be--and that may soon be bad news for terrorists.
Lawmakers and universities seek a balance between academic freedom and security in the war on terror.
From college-age wunderkinds to seasoned entrepreneurs, Technology Review presents 100 innovators under 35 whose work and ideas will change the world.