Tropicana tried to co-opt agricultural research it didn't pay for--and the U.S. Patent Office played along.
The U.S. Army enlists the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to build the uniform of the future.
Bridging the digital divide could lead to--surprise!--profits.
New materials pave the way for artificial muscles just as strong as Arnold himself.
Counter-terrorism technology, National Institutes of Health are big winners in the White House budget request.
Homeland security is breaking records for government R&D spending, and promising a windfall for tech firms.
Tech giant to spend $100 million upgrading nation's oldest corporate lab.
Even during its "war on terrorism," the U.S. government says it can't suspend patents. Wrong: it's done so before.
Core software may no longer be free