MIT engineers are developing technology to study shipwrecks located kilometers beneath the surface of the oceans.
There's nothing wrong with the way academia licenses its intellectual property, says Boston University's technology transfer director.
Universities should take a lesson from IBM's nonexclusive patenting practice.
Software takes photos into a new dimension.
Companies invest in programs that banish bugs.
President Charles M. Vest is higher education's champion on Capitol Hill, and he's the university leader the government approaches first to head important task-force panels.
Webcams, tracking devices, and interlinked databases are leading to the elimination of unmonitored public space. Are we prepared for the consequences of the intelligence-gathering network we're unintentionally building?
Biomimicry finds engineering solutions in the natural world.
New networks mimic the behavior of insects and bacteria.
Paula Olsiewski, PhD class of 1979, supports research on biological agents.