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.
News from campus.
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.
An inventor's philanthropic mission is a lesson to companies that squander resources on patent lawsuits.
A single global patent system could simplify the international patent process. Will the United States sign on?